Can China and the United States Cooperate Fully in Tackling Climate Change?
By Paul Meao
On the political level, there's little incentive to cooperate. But businesses from the two countries have every reason to work together.
US Climate Summit: Who’s Attending From the Asia-Pacific?
By Shannon Tiezzi
12 Asian countries will have their leaders speak at Biden's first big (virtual) event. Others are feeling snubbed.
Kerry Heads to China for Climate Talks
By Shannon Tiezzi and Ellen Knickmeyer
In a sign of the issue's important in the overall relationship, climate envoy John Kerry will be the first high-ranking Biden official to travel to China.
Prepping the US Military for Climate Change
By Jacob Parakilas
The American defense establishment, central in the U.S. political imagination, must be leveraged to meet the gravest long-term national security threat the country faces.
Biden Administration’s Momentum Bodes Ill for Australia’s Lackluster Climate Change Policies
By Philip Citowicki
The growing cost of sub-standard climate policies on Australia’s international standing may soon outweigh any domestic political gains.
The New Geopolitics of Climate Change
By Scott Moore
As climate action becomes a question of geopolitical competition, the world’s major economies look ready to finally take serious steps to cut greenhouse gas emissions.