Edison International CEO Addresses U.S.-China Climate Leaders’ Summit

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Edison International CEO Addresses U.S.-China Climate Leaders’ Summit

The summit discussed efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions by both countries.
Edison International CEO and Chairman Ted Craver speaks at the U.S.-China Climate Leaders’ Summit in Los Angeles.

Edison International CEO and Chairman Ted Craver speaks at the U.S.-China Climate Leaders’ Summit in Los Angeles.

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Monday, September 21, 2015 - 4:15pm

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Recently, Southern California was the focal point of worldwide efforts to combat global warming. Climate change negotiators from the United States and China met in Los Angeles to announce joint actions by cities, states and provinces in the two countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions.

The U.S.-China Climate Leaders’ Summit, hosted by the city of Los Angeles and Mayor Eric Garcetti, included addresses by Vice President Joe Biden and California Governor Jerry Brown. The meeting was a follow-up to the historic accord reached in Beijing in November by President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping, who pledged to implement policies to significantly reduce emissions.

Edison International was a major corporate sponsor of the event, and Edison Chairman and CEO Ted Craver was one of the keynote speakers.

Read full story in Edison's Online Newsroom.

Keywords: Environment | California Governor Jerry Brown | China | Chinese President Xi Jinping | Edison International | Energy | Mayor Eric Garcetti | PRESIDENT Barack OBAMA | Ted Craver | Vice President Joe Biden

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