Ancient plant could power Mexico’s future

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Mexico became the first developing nation to step up to a United Nations challenge and announce a plan to counter global warming in March.
It promised to halt the rise of greenhouse gas emissions by 2026, and reduce them by nearly a quarter by 2030. This goal will depend a great deal on transitioning Mexico’s current reliance on fossil fuels to cleaner sources of energy.
CCTV’s Martin Markovits filed this report from Aguascalientes in Mexico.
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Ancient plant could power Mexico's future

Ancient plant could power Mexico's future

Mexico became the first developing nation to step up to a United Nations challenge and announce a plan to counter global warming in March.