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A binding global agreement to tackle climate change remains elusive in the wake of COP26. As emissions from China and other major polluters continue to rise, governments remain sharply divided over issues such as the future of fossil fuels, national emissions targets, and financing for developing countries.
Meanwhile, the United States has succeeded in driving down its own greenhouse gas emissions more in absolute numbers than any other country since 2005. But finding the correct balance of innovation, regulation and technology to achieve further reductions remains the subject of vigorous debate.
How should the United States proceed to tackle climate change, both domestically and on the global stage? Join Hudson Institute for a conversation with Representative John Curtis, Chairman of the Conservative Climate Caucus, and Research Fellow Nate Sibley.