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John Kerry made climate change a centerpiece of his first Asia tour
as Secretary of State over the weekend, signing agreements with both
Japan and China for cooperation in implementing practical measures for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The agreements with both nations stressed practical measures available
for reducing greenhouse gases, largely ignoring the contentious United
Nations process for hammering out an international climate change
agreement that has to date fallen far short of its goal.
the United States represent the two largest carbon emitting nations and
analysts have said the agreement between the two nations could mark a
significant move forward and put China and the US at the “center of
serious clean energy work.”