Stephen Eule

US Chamber of Commerce

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Vice president for climate and technology at the US Chamber of Commerce's Institute for 21st Century Energy

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Unanimous on the part of almost 200 nations, this weekend's " Paris agreement " is being hailed as "historic" — even though there's no way to enforce promised reductions of greenhouse…

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