How China and India are changing the climate action narrative

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How China and India are changing the climate action narrative
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Nick: I always think it's helpful to step back a little with questions like this. I did a thought experiment the other day. I imagined I was at the first Earth Summit, back in 1992. The two major conventions coming out of that historic meeting were about Biodiversity and Climate Change. In terms of which would have gone on to have the biggest impact on the world, you would almost certainly have said Biodiversity. We'd had nearly 100 years of international cooperation on the issue. Climate change, in contrast, was very new. Plus, it was scientifically complex and politically charged. Yet, we stand here in 2017, and it is climate change that is on the top table everywhere in the world - driving new sectors of the economy, mobilizing business action, energizing citizens across the planet. I see countries like China and India surprising us in a similar way. I mean, look at the progress China has already made in terms of its energy shift, both on the clean tech side and on financing. Consider India's progress ...

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