John Podesta replaces John Kerry as US chief climate diplomat

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TL/DR –

John Kerry has expressed confidence in the capability of the incoming President Biden’s senior advisor for international climate policy to bring important expertise to climate change challenges. Kerry highlights the advisor’s potential contribution to the implementation of COP28. He also notes historic progress made in the past three years and anticipates the continuation of the momentum from Glasgow, Sharm el-Sheikh, and Dubai.


John’s Key Contribution to International Climate Policy

With his extensive knowledge and experience, John is set to bring significant expertise to the arduous task of implementing COP28. His acumen will be particularly essential in navigating the practical challenges associated with this critical initiative.

Building on Historic Progress

Under John’s leadership, significant strides have been made in climate policy over the last three years. Now, as President Biden’s senior advisor for international climate policy, John is poised to propel this momentum even further. His focus will be on building upon the groundwork laid in Glasgow, Sharm el-Sheikh, and Dubai.


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