US climate envoy John Kerry (left) and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua talk during the UN climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 13. Photo: Kyodo
US climate envoy John Kerry (left) and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua talk during the UN climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 13. Photo: Kyodo
Cecilia Han Springer
Opinion

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The View by Cecilia Han Springer

How US-China collaboration on reducing methane emissions can enhance joint climate action

  • Even with its vague language, the joint declaration by the world’s two largest greenhouse gas emitters is a bright spot
  • The focus on reducing methane emissions is particularly heartening as each country’s strengths can help the other succeed

US climate envoy John Kerry (left) and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua talk during the UN climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 13. Photo: Kyodo
US climate envoy John Kerry (left) and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua talk during the UN climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, on November 13. Photo: Kyodo
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