China as a Climate Leader

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Green Finance

series

This week, Energy 360 looks at the role of China on the global climate stage.  Deborah Lehr (Vice Chairman and Executive Director, Paulson Institute) and Han Chen (Manager for Energy Policy, International Program, NRDC), with Lachlan Carey (Associate Fellow, CSIS Energy & National Security Program), explain the actions China must take to meet its climate targets and be seen as a global leader on climate action.

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For more, check out:
Deborah’s piece: Is China Still the Global Leader on Climate Change?
Han’s piece US Withdraws from Paris—Don’t Expect China to Follow Suit
From CSIS: How China can become the world leader for solving climate change and
Chinese Multilateralism and the Promise of a Green Belt and Road

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