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We need aggressive government policies and trade pacts to push or pull clean technologies into the marketplace and support the development of the tools we don’t yet have or are far too expensive today.
Kenya’s Building Bridges Initiative, which seeks sweeping amendments to the 2010 Constitution, is driven by a pact between president Uhuru Kenyatta and a seasoned opposition stalwart turned government ally, Raila Odinga.
We made a pact to one another from the start that we would not skimp on any ingredients, which is something that happens too often in the industry.
The new pact does not include India, Asia’s second-largest economy.
On Wednesday, the United States is set to become the only nation to officially withdraw from an international pact aimed at slowing climate change.
It is harder still to do it without alliances, partnerships, and pacts.
Among them, the company has a pact with Barack and Michelle Obama for a similarly broad slate of shows and movies.
The pact, signed in January, requires China to increase its imports of American goods by a combined $200 billion within two years.
The Federal Pact of 1815 had undone Napoleon's comparatively liberal constitution.
There was no majestic vision of a people rising in its own spontaneous might and deciding its destinies in a great national pact.

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