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Game-change or No-change? What to make of China in Cancun

In the politics of climate negotiations, which are often steeped in nuance and careful posturing, it’s easy to get lost in translation. On the ground in Cancun, reports have been flying about China’s so-called “game-changing” concessions, which could possibly “buoy” the climate Talks, which are quickly nearing an end. As we’re both on the ground in Cancun, we’re going to try to clear the air and get to the bottom of what exactly the Chinese have and haven’t said in the climate negotiations.

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Tweeting from Tianjin, courtesy of the NY Times

Angel Hsu scaled the Great Firewall of China to report on U.S. Deputy Climate Envoy Jonathan Pershing’s dim sum outing.

“Went to have dinner at Ding Tai Fung in #Tianjin. Guess who was there? US lead negotiator Jonathan Pershing. Can’t get away from that guy!” Hsu, who tweets by the handle @ecoangelhsu, told her 352 followers.

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Steven Chu and I quoted in the NY Times

Steven Chu and I quoted in the NY Times

My 15 seconds of fame with U.S. Department of Energy Secretary, Steven Chu:

The 2 Biggest Carbon Emitters Find Common Ground in Clean Energy Technology – NYTimes.com

Angel Hsu, a doctoral candidate at Yale University, told the commission that the United States is “already late in coming to the game” of green energy cooperation with China.

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