Many mutually beneficial deals could be made soon, such as Chinese sales of solar panels to the US, and US sales of natural gas to China, as both countries move away from coal and towards renewable energy. Photo: Shutterstock
Many mutually beneficial deals could be made soon, such as Chinese sales of solar panels to the US, and US sales of natural gas to China, as both countries move away from coal and towards renewable energy. Photo: Shutterstock
Christine Loh
Opinion

Opinion

Christine Loh

In brokering US-China climate cooperation, Xie Zhenhua and John Kerry deserve much credit

  • In 2014, Xie Zhenhua and John Kerry worked on a US-China climate statement and rallied others to sign the Paris Agreement
  • The two sides have identified the many areas where collaboration is desirable and important, including on emerging technologies

Many mutually beneficial deals could be made soon, such as Chinese sales of solar panels to the US, and US sales of natural gas to China, as both countries move away from coal and towards renewable energy. Photo: Shutterstock
Many mutually beneficial deals could be made soon, such as Chinese sales of solar panels to the US, and US sales of natural gas to China, as both countries move away from coal and towards renewable energy. Photo: Shutterstock
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