MESEBERG, Germany, Aug 23 (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's ruling coalition on Thursday agreed a package of energy saving measures aimed at helping in the battle against climate change. The package was approved at a special two-day cabinet meeting in Meseberg near Berlin marking the start of the second half of the government's term in office, Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel told reporters. The government wants to reduce emissions of climate-changing carbon dioxide (CO2) ...
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