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Climate experts are raising new questions about the Obama administration's reliance on Environmental Protection Agency rules to cut carbon emissions ahead of a global climate deal being reached in Paris next month.

"If you add them up, we are way, way, way short to what we committed to in Paris," said David Bookbinder, former counsel for environmental group Sierra Club and a leading figure on environmental law in Washington. He was referring to the emission rules for vehicles and power plants the administration says will meet its obligations.

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