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3 Challenges for Chinese Foreign Policy in 2022
January 03, 2022

3 Challenges for Chinese Foreign Policy in 2022

By Dingding Chen
Mostly importantly, China must effectively manage deteriorating China-U.S. relations.

India and China Can Quit Coal Earlier, But the World Must Work Alongside Them
December 09, 2021

India and China Can Quit Coal Earlier, But the World Must Work Alongside Them

By Beibei Yin
We need a much more ambitious global partnership on the phasing out of coal, one that thinks and acts beyond what is perceived as feasible today.
Judith Shapiro on the Future of China’s Climate Policy
November 09, 2021

Judith Shapiro on the Future of China’s Climate Policy

By Jesse Turland
A discussion of China’s role at COP26, the significance of China’s blackouts induced by coal shortages, and future directions China’s climate policy might take.

China Stresses Developed Nations’ Promises at COP26
November 04, 2021

China Stresses Developed Nations’ Promises at COP26

By Jesse Turland
In Glasgow, China’s representatives argued rich states must fulfill promises to support poorer nations’ green capacity development, even while power shortages call China’s own promises into question.

Li Shuo on China-US Climate Diplomacy
November 01, 2021

Li Shuo on China-US Climate Diplomacy

By Shannon Tiezzi
“The climate crisis won't just go away if Beijing or Washington shut communication channels.”

Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?
October 29, 2021

Can China and the US Cooperate on Climate Change?

Li Shuo, Jennifer Turner, and Alex Wang discuss the role of climate change in China-U.S. relations.

In China, Kerry Faces Uphill Battle for Climate Change Cooperation
September 04, 2021

In China, Kerry Faces Uphill Battle for Climate Change Cooperation

By Shannon Tiezzi
While Kerry remained focus on climate issues, his Chinese hosts kept redirecting the conversation to broader tensions in the relationship.
Introducing China’s Carbon Market
July 22, 2021

Introducing China’s Carbon Market

By Eleanor Albert
What to know about Beijing’s latest step to combat climate change.

China Will No Longer Be a Developing Country After 2023. Its Climate Actions Should Reflect That.
July 03, 2021

China Will No Longer Be a Developing Country After 2023. Its Climate Actions Should Reflect That.

By Mathias Lund Larsen
As China projects its power abroad and readies to join the club of high-income countries, its climate ambitions can no longer hide behind the veil of development.

The World Can’t Fight Climate Change Without East Asia on Board
April 23, 2021

The World Can’t Fight Climate Change Without East Asia on Board

By Daul Jang
More global efforts are needed from China, Japan, and South Korea to keep temperature increases below 1.5 degree Celsius. 

Kerry Visits Renews China-US Climate Cooperation
April 20, 2021

Kerry Visits Renews China-US Climate Cooperation

By Shannon Tiezzi
The joint statement included some welcome commitments, and held out hope for more progress in the future.
Climate Cooperation With China Can Power the World – Sustainably
February 27, 2021

Climate Cooperation With China Can Power the World – Sustainably

By Michael R. Davidson and Yiting Wang
The Belt and Road is accused of exporting China’s coal addiction. But it could also be a platform for spreading green energy around the world.

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