The Point: Extreme weather triggers concerns over climate change

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With deadly floods and heatwaves battering the world, U.S. climate envoy John Kerry said the U.S. should cooperate with China on reducing carbon emissions. What could the two countries do to avert climate disaster? Why do they need to work together to address the climate crisis?

Guests:

Wu Changhua

Executive Director, Professional Association for China’s Environment

Thomas Gehl

President, ChildWise International Corporation

CGTN YouTube Channel

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