China invested $54.4 billion on clean energy in 2010, $20 billion more than the U.S., according to the latest report from Pew Charitable Trusts and Bl...
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U.S. funding for adaptation helps to reduce this risk by making countries less vulnerable to the impacts of global warming.
Other countries are already seeing the benefits of making smart investments in the clean energy future. So as President Obama hinted, the U.S. better get in the game.
The signals today on clean energy coming from China and the US are pointing in completely opposite directions -- one country on hold and the other moving forward. Sad but true.
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