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China’s Overcapacity in Clean Energy is Causing Global Problems. How Will the U.S. Respond?

President Biden is slated to meet with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in San Francisco on Wednesday during the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit. There is a lot for the two to discuss, from Taiwan to to fentanyl to artificial intelligence.

Something else that may come up is climate change, an increasingly urgent global crisis that cannot be handled unless both the United States and China follow through on promises to reduce carbon emissions and transition their economies to clean energy. And if you look at the big picture, there’s reason to be optimistic — both nations are investing heavily in clean energy industries like solar and electric vehicles.

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