Report: US, China Must Improve Climate Cooperation

From AP:

The United States and China should use high-level meetings next week to work toward improved cooperation in curbing greenhouse gases, according to a new Senate report.

The Foreign Relations Committee report released Thursday says new efforts to address emissions by the United States and China, the world’s largest emitters of climate-altering pollution, could be “the key to a global solution” to .

The report urges the countries to make climate change a priority. It also warns that winning a climate change policy agreement with fixed commitments from China will “prove extraordinarily difficult.”

“The stakes are high,” Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., the chairman of the committee, said in the report. “We must jointly tackle one of the most important and complex global issues: the threat of catastrophic climate change.”

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