Ahead of Glasgow summit, Sino-US tensions could shape climate future

Washington: Global momentum is building on the climate crisis, but action would be impossible without two nations, China and the United States, which together account for more than half of emissions – and whose governments don’t get along. Ahead of the COP26 summit in Glasgow, experts agree that US-China cooperation could be a catalyst for a landmark agreement on climate change – but also that Washington and Beijing do not have frosty ties, so So to speak, the end of the world.…

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