In China-U.S. Climate Pact, Hope for Global Talks and Evidence of China's ShiftChristina Larson
There’s little hope for the planet to avoid many of the troubling climate-change scenarios scientists have predicted without cooperation between the world’s biggest and second-largest carbon emitters: China and the U.S., respectively. While President Barack Obama was in Beijing for the APEC summit on Tuesday, he joined with China President Xi Jinping in announcing ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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