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Canada Steps Back From Climate Talks
Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:20 AM CST

LONDON (Dow Jones) -- Canada is the only country out of 33 developed and developing nations to have taken a step backward in terms of climate legislation over the past year, ending 2012 with fewer policies related to climate change than it had last January, according to an international study published Monday.

The GLOBE Climate Legislation Initiative--a group of legislators from 33 countries that aims to support national governments in development of climate-related policy--commissioned the study, which it released and discussed at a London summit this week.

The report is the third of its kind by GLOBE and the largest. ...

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