The United States, China and India have not joined the dozens of countries that are committed to end the domestic use of coal to generate electricity (responsible for one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions), nor have the 25 countries that have agreed to stop the financing of coal-fired power plants in developing countries. This is a problem: the three nations, plus Australia, which also did not sign the declaration, account for more than two-thirds of the global consumption of coal. Read more at CNN Brasil and Brasil de Fato .

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