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US-China Deal Ups Ante For EPA In Battle Over GHG Rules

November 12, 2014, Law360

Covington's Gary Guzy is quoted on the agreement between the U.S. and China to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions:

"Gary Guzy, senior of counsel at Covington & Burling LLP and former deputy director and general counsel of Obama’s Council on Environmental Quality, said the agreement was "enormously significant." 

"There has been significant difficulty in getting alignment between the largest emitters and the largest economies," Guzy said. "This agreement indicates that it’s not only possible, but it’s in the economic interests of both countries."

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