February 2015, Vol. 242, No. 2

Features

U.S.-China Carbon Pact: Promising Start Or Path To Nowhere?

In November, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping surprised the world by agreeing in principle to targets for carbon dioxide emissions in a symbolic effort to address climate change. This is a pact of historic magnitude that recognizes a need for the world’s two largest emitters – both longstanding antagonists – to reduce future release of greenhouse gas. But aside from a handshake and a promise, what will actually come from this mutual recognition? For the Chinese, consumers of more than half the world’s coal on an annual basis, the agreement provides a road map for the next couple decades of development. But, far from unwinding Chinese depen

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