John Kerry: Restoring American Credibility On Climate Change ‘Not So Simple’

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John Kerry: Restoring American Credibility On Climate Change ‘Not So Simple’

In his first round of interviews since President-elect Joe Biden announced John Kerry would be his special envoy for climate, the former Secretary of State tells NPR why restoring American credibility on climate issues will be a key challenge for the Biden administration. Kerry spoke to NPR’s Steve Inskeep.

NPR’s Nathan Rott reports on another climate ambition for the incoming administration: conserving 30% of America’s land and water by 2030.

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