John Kerry on Nord Stream Leaks, Climate Change Efforts

John kerry on nord stream leaks, climate change efforts

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John Kerry, the special presidential envoy for climate change, says he working on a new approach to drive billions of dollars into clean energy initiatives around the world. Speaking with David Westin, Kerry also comments on the the rupture of the Nord Stream gas pipelines.

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