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Is U.S.-China Climate Action Possible in an Era of Mistrust?
The world can't meet the challenge of climate change without aggressive action from both China and the United States, the world’s two largest emitters of greenhouse gases (GHGs). Yet, with U.S.-China relations at the lowest point in decades, competition rather than cooperation increasingly defines the relationship. What are the prospects for U.S.-China climate action? What is the likely role of collaboration or coordination? Will competition be constructive or destructive? Join us for a discussion with Professor Alex Wang of UCLA on possible pathways forward for climate action and carbon neutrality in light of recent U.S. and Chinese announcements. This webinar is moderated by GPS Professor Michael Davidson.

May 27, 2021 01:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Alex Wang
Professor of Law @UCLA School of Law
Alex Wang is Professor of Law at UCLA School of Law. His research focuses on the interaction of environmental law and governance institutions in China and the United States. https://www.law.ucla.edu/faculty/faculty-profiles/alex-wang