Members of British Parliament visit N.H.

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Four members of the British Parliament are visiting New Hampshire today to exchange ideas on climate change.

Environmental Services Commissioner Tom Burack says the group also wants to see what the state is doing to address climate change.

The group plans to spend today meeting with Governor John Lynch, House Speaker Terie Norelli, Secretary of State William Gardner, legislative committees and business leaders.

The United Kingdom has set an ambitious target of cutting greenhouse emissions 60 percent by 2050 and having 10 percent of its energy come from renewable sources by 2010.

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