Climate Policy in the Asia Pacific Region
November 17-18, 2020
Former government officials and experts from the United States, China, Japan, and South Korea met to discuss international cooperation on climate change at the Dialogue on the Trans-Pacific Climate, sponsored by the California China Climate Institute and the UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation. At this Track 1.5 dialogue, participants addressed COP 26 pledges, and specific climate-related projects in the context of a new U.S. election, evolution of domestic climate policy in the Asia-Pacific, and relevant intergovernmental processes like the G7.
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