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Founder & Executive Director China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia

Terry Cooke founded the China Partnership of Greater Philadelphia in 2011 as a 501c3 public-private platform to accelerate commercial and research collaboration between the Greater Philadelphia...

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1.5° Where the U.S. & China Must Cooperate is this week's post from the U.S.-China Energy Coopetition series of The TEA Collaborative.  Additional energy-related posts as well as posts concerning Technology & PRC Government MacroDevelopment Planning can be found at www.mterrycooke.com and www.teacollab.org

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Matt Chester on Aug 21, 2020

There is no success in international climate agreements if the U.S. and China aren't aboard-- that's the unfortunate reality. I'm not sure who moves first as there are so many implications, but both of these nations need to adopt the forward-looking mindset to make changes soon. 

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Terry Cooke on Aug 21, 2020

Couldn't agree more, Matt.

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