John Kerry – official Secretary of State.
John Kerry says he hopes the U.S. and China can cooperate on climate change.
The US president’s special envoy on climate change, John Kerry, said that the US is hopeful that it could work with China on tackling climate change and says it was in full agreement after years of controversy that had soured bilateral relations.
Kerry to join in Mideast, North Africa climate dialogue in Abu Dhabi on Sunday
China has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2060, while US President Joe Biden’s government will announce a new target to cut emissions at a global climate summit, April 22.
John Kerry will jet off to Beijing in pursuit of a climate accord with the world’s biggest polluter, the Chinese Communist Party. If Xi Jinping plays along, he’ll demand concessions. And we know what that means: more shuttered factories in the U.S., more hot air from Beijing.
— Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) November 23, 2020