Biden’s All-of-Government Climate Pledge Begins to Take Shape

Dean Rachel Kyte speak with Bloomberg Government about the U.S.' role in the global fight against climate change.
Dean Kate Kyte

The Biden Administration’s decision to throw out the Trump White House’s method for calculating the social cost of carbon was one of the first tangible actions on the president’s lengthy climate change to-do list as he works to convince the world that the White House is once again serious about a global response to warming temperatures.


England, the host of the international climate negotiations later this year, is trying to encourage other countries to offer bold contributions—and the U.S. can help lure them toward that goal, said Rachel Kyte, dean of the Fletcher School at Tufts University, who previously led climate change-related efforts at the World Bank.

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