Scott Moore is Director of China Programs and Strategic Initiatives and Lecturer in Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania, where he teaches Chinese politics. An expert on China, the environment, and technology, he previously served as Environment, Science, Technology, and Health Officer at the U.S. Department of State during the Obama Administration and then at the World Bank. His new book, Rethinking China’s Rise: New Ways to Compete and Cooperate on the Environment, Technology, and Beyond, which will be published by Oxford University Press in 2022, looks at how to make progress on issues like climate change, artificial intelligence, and other shared challenges despite deep and growing differences between China and other countries. Moore received his undergraduate degree from Princeton and his Doctorate from Oxford, where he was a Rhodes Scholar.

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How Should the U.S. Approach Climate Diplomacy with China?

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As China continues to emerge as a superpower and move forward with its colossal Belt and Road Initiative amid the climate crisis, American climate engagement with China is more critical than ever. What would an effective climate diplomacy for the U...