Why China Won’t Play Power Politics With the US at COP 27
By Taylah Bland
With comparisons no longer in its favor on climate leadership, Beijing will stick to promoting its existing commitments.
China’s Vision for Environmental Leadership
By Marina Kaneti
China’s climate diplomacy expands far beyond the COP process at this point, but its larger framework is often overlooked abroad.
Explaining China’s Climate Cop Out
By William Hurst
Domestic factors continue to hold back the implementation of the Chinese government's ambitious climate promises.
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.
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.
China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations
By Steven Stashwick
Xi Jinping pledges China will be carbon neutral by 2060 in a bid to soften China's global image.
Can China Look to Carbon Capture for its Climate Pledges?
By Wenyuan Wu
A look at one way Beijing can bridge the gap.