Live: Global Climate Dialogue -Pushing for a greener future

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U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry paid a four-day visit to China this week, sending a signal that tackling climate change is a shared responsibility between the two countries.

To reflect on this visit, CGTN’s Guan Xin speaks to Su Rina, managing director and partner at Boston Consulting Group; Steven Lien, president of Honeywell China and Aerospace Asia Pacific; and Shen Yiyang, director of the Inclusive Development Center.

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