China and US renew commitment to tackling climate crisis but differences remain

Xie Zhenhua said he’d had ‘very constructive discussions’ with John Kerry at Cop27 but there’s no change on finance issues

China and the US have renewed their partnership to tackle the climate crisis, and are working closely and productively on ways of bringing down greenhouse gas emissions, China’s head of delegation has said.

The surprise news from Xie Zhenhua, who briefed a small group of journalists at the Cop27 UN climate summit in Egypt on Saturday, comes as a rare moment of progress amid a conference mired in stalemate and bitter fighting between developed and developing countries.

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(SOURCE) https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/nov/19/china-and-us-renew-commitment-to-tackling-climate-crisis-but-differences-remain

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