We need more, EU and U.S. urge China ahead of climate summit

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By Kate Abnett BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The United States and European Union’s climate envoys urged China to step up its targets to cut emissions on Thursday, adding to the pressure on the world’s biggest emitter ahead of the COP26 conference in Glasgow. With three weeks to go until the United Nations’ COP26 summit begins, the United States and the EU are attempting to convince other countries to fight climate change faster. Top of the list is China, which produces around 28% of the world’s emissions. “We need more clarity from the Chinese, for instance, on when they’re going to peak out with thei…

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