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November 22, 2011 
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the... 
Beijing, China 
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the... 
A fisherman baits his line as he sits on the shore of a lake near a coal-burning power station on the outskirts of Beijing November 22, 2011. Economic problems in Europe and elsewhere should not get in the way of a new pact to reduce global warming and slash greenhouse gas emissions, China's top climate official said on Tuesday ahead of the latest round of negotiations beginning in South Africa next week where delegates from nearly 200 countries will meet for climate talks. With global carbon emissions rising by a record amount last year, rebounding on the heels of recession, the United Nations, the International Energy Agency and others say global pledges to curb emissions of CO2 and other greenhouse gases are not enough to prevent the planet heating up beyond 2 degrees Celsius. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: ENVIRONMENT POLITICS) 
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