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Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping addresses the opening ceremony of the China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit and Forum on China-ASEAN Free Trade Area in Nanning, China. The scandal surrounding disgraced politician Bo Xilai had loomed over the party for a half-year, triggering infighting and complicating preparations for the fall leadership congress at which President Hu Jintao will step down as party boss in favor of Vice President Xi. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Xie Huanchi)
WASHINGTON: If you’re worried about climate change, it’s scary to think that the incoming Trump administration could reverse gains made in recent years. But a recent conversation with departing Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz convinced me that the progress is probably irreversible.