The Washington Post quotes Dr. Jennifer Turner, CEF Director on the implications of the APEC meeting
CEF Director, Jennifer Turner was quoted in the Washington Post article "China’s pledge to cut greenhouse gases eliminates excuse for other nations" discussing the broader significance of the APEC agreement for Climate Change negotiations globally.
The Washington Post interviewed Jennifer Turner, director of the China Environment Forum at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars for a recent article addressing the ramifications of the pledges made by China and the US to reduce emissions at the APEC meeting.
“If China and the United States say, ‘We’re both doing it,’ what does India say?” said Jennifer Turner “No one is hiding behind China now.”
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