EPA chief tries to calm European worries about U.S. climate pledges


Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy is trying to reassure foreign diplomats that President Obama's climate regulations will hold up to challenges.

In an interview with Agence France-Presse, an international news agency based in Paris, McCarthy tried to reassure worried international observers that the U.S. commitments to the climate talks at the end of the month will stand up to legal challenges and future administrations.

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