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Shanghai Aims for Cleaner Energy, Lower CO2 Growth

The Chinese city of Shanghai will reduce the energy intensity of its economy by 3 percent this year by shifting from coal to natural gas and will limit the growth of carbon dioxide emissions to 8.5 million tons, the city government said.        The city said in an energy-saving and climate-change plan for 2014 that it would curb growth in year-on-year energy consumption to 4 million tons of standard coal equivalent, keeping it on track to meet a total...

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