The United States and China have agreed to cooperate and “curb climate change with urgency” leading up to Joe Biden holding a virtual meeting of world leaders to discuss climate issue. In a joint statement with Washington and Beijing, “strong pledges” were made between the two countries to cooperate on a solution.
John Kerry led the U.S. charge in China with talks held with Xie Zhenhua, the Communist regime’s chief climate advisor.
Kerry met with reporters in Seoul, South Korea following the talks, saying the joint commitment is “strong” and the two countries fully agree on the path forward to tackle the growing climate crisis.
However, the former Secretary of State did hint at skepticism, saying “We don’t put our back on words. We will see what happens.”
U.N. agencies and globalist organizations delivered a collective “sigh of relief” on Sunday as they awaited the prospect of Joe Biden in the White House and a return to the unrestricted flow of U.S. taxpayer dollars. https://t.co/BF4yNEtD1U
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) November 16, 2020
China leads the world in coal consumption, a “problem” the Biden administrations hopes to remedy with our far-east foes. Kerry has repeatedly expressed his disdain for coal use, constantly urging the U.S. to establish “greener” energy sources.
The Biden administration publicly affirmed its desire to embrace the globalists in the United Nations back in February when Secretary of State Antony Blinken and U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced the U.S. would be rejoining the Paris Climate Agreement.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney