2014-02-15T030320Z_984307863_GM1EA2F0UIZ01_RTRMADP_3_CHINA

U.S., China agree to work on climate change

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry gestures during a discussion with Chinese bloggers in BeijingChina and the United States, the world’s top emitters of greenhouse gases, pledged on Saturday to work together to attenuate the effects of global climate change. “China and the United States will work together … to collaborate through enhanced policy dialogue, including the sharing of information regarding their respective post-2020 plans to limit greenhouse gas emissions,” according to a U.S.-China joint statement issued at the end of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s whirlwind Beijing visit. International talks to try to agree on a successor to the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, the first and only international agreement to tackle climate change, are due to be held in Paris next year. The United States never ratified the Kyoto deal.

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