During the visit of John Kerry, the two countries stated that “they intend to develop” their long-term strategy to achieve carbon neutrality before the summit in Scotland.
On a number of issues, the United States and China managed to reach a consensus on addressing climate change on Saturday, April 17. “China and the United States are committed to cooperating with each other and cooperating with other countries to cope with the climate crisis. They must respond with the seriousness and urgency they require.”, Wrote in the joint statement that the US special envoy John Kerry (visiting Shanghai) and his Chinese counterpart Xie Zhenhua.
The text lists multiple channels of cooperation between the world’s two largest economies, which together account for nearly half of the greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change.Washington and Beijing say “Strengthen their respective actions and cooperation in multilateral processes, including the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement..
According to Saturday’s statement, Washington and Beijing “Intended to develop” They achieved a long-term strategy for carbon neutrality at the Scottish Summit (November).
Other short-term measures include strengthening “International Investment and Financing” Supporting developing countries’ transition to green energy, and phasing out the production and consumption of HFCs, which are mainly used in refrigeration, air conditioning and aerosols.
Long-term actions to be taken in the 2020s to maintain the temperature rise agreed in the Paris Agreement “In front of my eyes” These include reducing emissions from industry and power generation, expanding renewable energy, clean transportation, and climate-resilient agriculture.