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How the US and China compare on action against climate change

So which of the world’s top two polluters - US and China, is doing the most on climate action? Image: REUTERS/Stringer

Mark Jones
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Goldwind of China overtook Vestas of the US to become the world’s largest wind turbine manufacturer.
China's climate action investments outpaced that of the US in 2015.
China's climate action investments outpaced that of the US in 2015.
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With a greater share into green bond investments, China takes the lead in terms of climate action.

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