UN official: China and U.S. together can change the climate emergency

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    China and the U.S. issued a joint statement on Sunday committing to tackling the climate crisis together, which came shortly after U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s visit to Shanghai. CGTN’s Wang Tianyu asked Siddharth Chatterjee, United Nations resident coordinator in China, about his take on the climate issues at a press briefing at the Boao Forum for Asia on Sunday.

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