COP27 and China (open-access commentary)

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Nov 26, 2022, 12:49:39 AM11/26/22
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Dear GEP-Ed colleagues,

If you are having your students discuss COP27 or want them to debate the important role of China in the climate regime, this opinion piece may be useful:

COP27: While suffering countries plead for action on climate change, China stokes its coal furnaces

Kind regards,

Chair Professor of Global & Environmental Studies

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