‘We Can Turn It Around’
John Kerry on the deep roots of his environmentalism, how he negotiates with the Chinese on climate, and the unshakable momentum of the green marketplace.
There is perhaps no greater example of a changed approach to global affairs in Washington than U.S. President Joe Biden’s focus on climate change. Having rejoined the legally binding climate change treaty known as the Paris Agreement on his first day in office, Biden took his first major step toward steering global efforts to cut emissions with a virtual summit last week, when more than 40 world leaders discussed new targets and financing tools to tackle the urgent issue of a warming planet.
Ravi Agrawal is the editor in chief of Foreign Policy. Twitter: @RaviReports
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