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Mass. Officials Maintain Climate Commitment As U.S. Leaves Paris Agreement01:54
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State and city officials in Massachusetts are doubling down on their commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

The move comes after President Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement.

Gov. Charlie Baker is among nine governors in the country who have joined forces under the U.S. Climate Alliance. States in the coalition are vowing to meet the goals of the Paris accord even though the U.S. is no longer in it.

WBUR's Simón Rios reports.

This segment aired on June 5, 2017.

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