Green is definitely the new black. On Tuesday the G-8 nations pledged to go green by cutting greenhouse gases in half by 2050. The Group of Eight leading industrial nations (the United States, Japan, Russia, Germany, France, Britain, Canada and Italy) also called on all major economies to join together to stem the potentially dangerous rise in world temperatures.
The G-8 has been under pressure to secure commitments by wealthy nations to push forward stalled U.N.-led talks on forging a new accord to battle global warming by the end of next year. The new accord will succeed the Kyoto Protocol when its first phase expires in 2012.
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