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    China and the United States say they are committed to working together and With other countries to address climate change.

    comes after several meetings between the Chinese climate sent Xie Zhenhua and its American counterpart John Kerry in Shanghai last week.

    Both agreed on greater specific action to reduce emissions, confirmed a joint statement on Sunday.

    US President Joe Biden is celebrating a virtual climate summit this week, which China says he is waiting.

    However, it is not known if Chinese President Xi Jinping will join the world leaders who have committed to attend.

    "The United States and China are committed to cooperating with each other and with other countries to address the climate crisis, which must be addressed with the seriousness and urgency it requires," according to the statement.

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    added that both nations will continue discussing "concrete actions in 2020 to reduce emissions aimed at maintaining the temperature limit aligned in the Paris agreement within reach".

    Both nations also agreed to help developing countries finance a change to low carbon energy.

    Li Shuo, Senior Climate Advisor for the Greenpeace Environmental Group, described the statement as "positive".

    "Send a very unequivocal message that in this particular number (China and the United States) will cooperate. Before meetings in Shanghai, this was not a message that we could assume," said Mr. Li. Reuters News Agency.

    The joint statement: emitted symbolically at a round table, will relieve anyone who is concerned about the planet. It will simply not be possible to stabilize climate change unless super-contaminating superpower feels much more difficult. A recent report said China, for example, must close 588 coal power plants to meet their climate promises.

    Are you in Chinese direction in the right direction in coal? No, its regional governors have been building even more coal plants to stimulate the economy.

    A result of the US meeting. UU and China is the recognition that financing flows should be channeled to high-carbon, not high carbon projects. Both parties have also promised plans to further reduce their own emissions. President Biden will present his proposals on or before the US Summit. UU This next week.

    President Xi is playing Coy about whether he will attend the Summit. Instead, he can announce stricter Chinese targets in the Boao Forum, a Chinese forum for business and government leaders, also this week. And do not forget: all other nations must commit to addressing climate, not just superpowers.

    The trip to Mr. Kerry to China is the first high-level visit from a member of the Biden Administration, since the new president of the United States took office. However, American and Chinese officials met with Alaska talks last month.

    ahead of his trip to Shanghai, Mr. Kerry told CNN that China's cooperation was "absolutely critical" to fight against climate crisis.

    "Yes, we have great disagreements with China on some key problems, absolutely. But the climate has to be alone," he said.

    What needs to change?

    Climatic scientists warn that global warming should not be raised more than 2c previous previous levels, in fact, the objective must be far below this with an increasingly ambitious goal of 1.5c, for Avoid the worst breakdown of climate.

    Central for the Paris Agreement, contributions (NDCS) were determined at the national level. These are objectives intended to cut emissions.

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