Video: USA and Canada aim to achieve climate neutrality by 2050

Video: USA and Canada aim to achieve climate neutrality by 2050

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US and Canada want to achieve climate neutrality by 2050

US President Joe Biden held his first bilateral meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday. Virtual meeting focused on climate change and politics towards China. With the aim of revising the unconventional foreign policy of former US President Donald Trump, Biden reiterated his commitment to relations with Canada and pledged to work together for climate neutrality by 2050. “We have also curtailed our efforts to combat climate change. It was very, very encouraging. Now that the United States is back in the Paris Agreement, we will look to Canada and other countries to pursue our ambitions.” Want to demonstrate our leadership role to encourage. ” The United States will work in lockstep to demonstrate the seriousness of our commitment both at home and abroad. “Tensions between the US and Canada had recently developed over the blockade of the Biden Keystone XL oil pipeline project. However, in their meeting, both heads of government showed that they wanted to leave their fights behind and strengthen their cooperation. Want to

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US President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau at their first bilateral meeting confirmed their future cooperation in the fight against climate change.

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