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What Biden and Kerry could mean for the future of climate change action

Kerry’s decades of experience may give him a chance of making real progress. Image: REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC2TPD9I1RPI

Dolf Gielen

Director, IRENA Innovation and Technology Centre, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)

Morgan Bazilian

Director, Payne Institute for Public Policy and Professor of Public Policy, Colorado School of Mines

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Former, Secretary of State John Kerry holding his granddaughter as he signs the Paris climate agreement. Picture taken back in 2016.
When siging the Paris climate treaty, then Secretary of State John Kerry held his granddaughter in his arms. Image: AP Photo/Mark Lennihan
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