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Presidential hopefuls face tough road on climate change

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will find it tough to implement the energy policy changes they want

The two US presidential contenders may have expressed starkly differing views on climate change issues during the campaign in the run up to November's election, but it would be a mistake to assume that either will be able to implement all the policies they espouse, say leading figures from the Washington-based Atlantic Council international policy think tank. "The conventional wisdom is that the Democratic Party is good for climate and the Republican Party is good for fossil fuels, but that's a bit simplistic," Atlantic Council president Frederick Kempe told a WEC 2016 session on Tuesday. Hillary Clinton has long embraced tough climate change measures, supported international agreements, a

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