U.S. climate envoy John Kerry will meet on Wednesday with his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua for talks in the city of Tianjin
(one hundred kilometers south of Beijing).
The former Secretary of State’s visit comes amidst a range of tensions between the U.S. and China, but climate change is one of the few areas where they seem to be, successfully, working together.
Kerry will stay in Tianjin until Friday.
This meeting follows talks held in April in Shanghai.
Both sides are expected to work together to implement the Paris Agreement and develop long-term strategies for carbon neutrality by late October when the UN’s climate change conference, COP26 will be held in Glasgow.
China could make pledges to cut carbon emissions and fossil fuel projects.
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