The Point: How can climate change define the China-U.S. relationship?

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    China and the United States – competitors or potential partners? Or both? What role is climate change playing in defining their relationship?


    Thomas Gehl, ChildWise International President and Environmental Adviser to former President Bill Clinton.

    Han Hua, Research Fellow at Chongyang Institute at Renmin University of China.

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