John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP
John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP

US and China tipped to get tougher on climate change when John Kerry visits in September

  • Second visit to China this year by US special climate envoy comes at a time of extreme tension in bilateral relations
  • Impact of the visit is expected to extend beyond global warming battle, says climate observer

Topic |   US-China relations
John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP
John Kerry, the US special presidential envoy for climate, last visited China in April, becoming the first senior official from the Biden administration to travel to the country. Photo: AP
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