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World energy ministers representing about two-thirds of the global population tussled over how the world can achieve a cleaner energy future.Herdan conceded the wording was fiercely debated.The result contrasted the outcome from last July's G-20 energy summit, when the final statement emphasized the U.S. decision to leave the global carbon-cutting pact and highlighted the other nations' commitment to it.At a time when the U.S. is seeking to revive its coal industry, Herdan argued the world should be moving away from the fossil fuel.
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