COP26: China and US agree to boost climate co-operation in surprise pledge

Pedro Gonçalves
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An installation on the COP26 campus in Glasgow | Credit: COP26
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An installation on the COP26 campus in Glasgow | Credit: COP26

China and the US have agreed to boost climate co-operation over the next decade, in a surprise announcement at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.

The world's two biggest emitters,who had been trading insults for the first week of the conference, unveiled on Wednesday evening (10 November) a joint declaration that would see Washington and Beijing...

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