What Does Chinese Climate Policy Look Like, and What Role Can Climate Play in US-China Relations? A Talk by Edmund Downie, Friend of the National Committee on U.S. China Relations
Living Earth Movement Monthly Meeting Thursday, April 27 from 1:00-2:15
Almost 40% of humanity’s greenhouse gas emissions have come from two countries, China and the U.S. Solving the climate crisis requires ambitious action from both. What does Chinese climate policy look like, and what role can climate play in US-China relations? Edmund Downie is a Princeton PhD researcher and a co-author of the Guide to Chinese Climate Policy 2022 (Oxford Institute of Energy Studies). His talk will describe China’s emissions footprint, assess China’s climate policy goals, and discuss the role of collaboration and competition in the low-carbon transition for US-China relations.
TIME: Thu, April 27, 2023 1:00 PM Pacific / 4:00 PM Eastern
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