WWF: World Needs US Climate Leadership Before COP26

Sau Ting Kwok - Hong Kong

Sau Ting Kwok - Hong Kong

In response to the ongoing negotiations of climate provisions in the Congressional reconciliation package, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) released the following statement from President & CEO Carter Roberts:

“The nations of the world desperately need US leadership when they gather in two weeks to address the global challenge of climate change. Strong domestic investments give us the credibility we need to inspire other countries to step up on collective action in the face of a crisis that affects us all.”

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