Developing countries make strides to cut GHG emissions

Certain developing countries' efforts to strengthen their economies, improve energy security, and protect their local environments are at the same time reducing significantly their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, according to report released last year by Washington, DC-based Pew Center on Global Climate Change.The report, which examined climate mitigation in Brazil, China, India, Mexico, South Africa, and Turkey, found that these six developing countries' efforts have reduced the growth of their combined GHG emissions by nearly 300 million tonnes/year.Based on the countries studied, the Pew Center report found that:•If not for aggressive biofuels and energy efficiency program...

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