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- For leaders abroad, new U.S. law restores climate credibility, article with imageUnited States ·
August 18, 2022 · 1:45 PM UTC
The U.S. climate bill signed into law this week restores the country's credibility as a leading player in U.N. climate negotiations, international officials said.