California’s then governor Jerry Brown (seated right) and Xie Zhenhua, then vice-chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission, sign an agreement to boost bilateral cooperation on climate change, at the Bay Area Council in San Francisco in September 2014. Photo: AP

Letters | Why the US and China must find common ground on climate change

  • Financial regulators in both countries should encourage better disclosure around climate-related risks and ‘climate stress tests’. They owe it to their citizens and to the world
Topic |   Climate change
California’s then governor Jerry Brown (seated right) and Xie Zhenhua, then vice-chairman of China’s National Development and Reform Commission, sign an agreement to boost bilateral cooperation on climate change, at the Bay Area Council in San Francisco in September 2014. Photo: AP
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