Mexico launches plan to combat global warming


MEXICO CITY, May 25 (Reuters) - Mexico promised to plant 250 million trees this year and ban old trucks and buses from the roads as part of a plan launched on Friday to fight global warming. President Felipe Calderon, handing out trees at a ceremony to promote his national climate change strategy, said there would be cleaner gasoline, more wind energy and more use of solar power in houses, especially in Mexico's sun-baked north. "The fact that other big countries are not disposed to take ...

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