Holding China to Climate Change Promises Seeing a Dead End? Biden Admin’s Hope for a Change

By David Zhang
David Zhang
David Zhang
David Zhang is the host of China Insider on EpochTV. He is currently based in New York and Washington DC covering China-related news. He focuses on expert interviews and news commentary on China affairs, especially issues regarding the U.S.–China relationship.
November 23, 2021 Updated: November 23, 2021

Climate change is one of the biggest issues on the world stage. Yet China is allowed to continue as the top polluter. Is the world doing enough to fight climate change if China’s not required to do much until 2030? Its repeated failure to meet climate change goals is met with only appeasement from the global climate body. Following the heels of the COP26 climate meeting, who will hold China accountable for its actions? We dive into the false hope that western democracies have about China in the climate arena. Joining me is James Taylor, president and director of the climate program at the Heartland Institute. 

David Zhang
David Zhang is the host of China Insider on EpochTV. He is currently based in New York and Washington DC covering China-related news. He focuses on expert interviews and news commentary on China affairs, especially issues regarding the U.S.–China relationship.