Pang: Agreement on climate action between the US and China is closer
(MENAFN - ING) ING's Chief Economist for Greater China, Iris Pang, on what we can expect at next week's global climate summit. Yes, there'll be confrontations, but she's convinced that China is committed to its net-zero carbon emissions goals
Agreement on climate action between the US and China is closer
Next week's global climate summit could see some crucial breakthroughs between the US and China, according to ING's Iris Pang. Iris believes that China is committed to its 2060 net-zero carbon emissions targets and more wind and solar are coming online. Yes, there'll be confrontations and disagreements on various issues. But there's a sense that the mood has changed since the angry exchanges we saw the last time the two countries met in Alaska last month.
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