Climate Tech’s Role in US Foreign Policy

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From the start of his tenure, President Joe Biden has made it clear that he plans to center his foreign policy around climate change. With the president appointing veteran diplomat John Kerry, as well as seasoned public servants such as Gina McCarthy and Samantha Powers, he clearly indicated his intention to infuse climate change considerations into trade policies, foreign aid programs, bilateral discussions, and…

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Founder of Honest Wednesdays and pragmatic optimist.

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