US says China's coal pledge bodes well for climate summit

China's pledge to stop financing coal projects abroad is a fine basis for success at the forthcoming COP26, says US Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry.
Photo: POOL/REUTERS / X80003
Photo: POOL/REUTERS / X80003
by ritzau, translated by jonas sahl jørgensen

That China has pledged to not establish new coal-fired power plants abroad bodes well for achieving success at the United Nations' climate summit, COP26, to be held in Glasgow, Scotland, later this year.

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