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US and Japan can ease Southeast Asia's climate pain

2015 was a historic year for global action against climate change, culminating with 196 countries coming together in Paris to strike a new climate agreement. But much work remains to be done, and in 2016 the world faces an immediate and difficult question: Will countries continue to build on the progress that has been made, or will they slip into complacency now that the bright spotlight of Paris has dimmed?

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