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EU and US Climate Change Policies: Divergences and Cooperation Prospects

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Abstract:

As the Biden administration actively rectifies Trump’s climate policy, climate cooperation and coordination between the US and the EU is expected to witness significant progress. Although the convergence of transatlantic climate policies will have a positive impact on global climate governance, but with their fundamental dispute over policy orientation left intact, interaction between the two sides can still be plagued by their respective domestic politics and different economic interests.

Author name: Dong Yifan & Sun Chenghao
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Journal title: China International Studies
Year.(Issue):Pages 2021.(4):112-133
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