Under the Biden administration, the US wants to become a global leader on climate change. But the energy crisis from the war in Ukraine has put climate lower on the list of global priorities.
Still, the main climate lesson learned from the invasion is that countries need to become energy-independent by embracing renewables, US climate envoy John Kerry tells Ian Bremmer on GZERO World.
America, he adds, is ready to help other nations follow that path.
One thing that can facilitate the transition to clean energy is new technology. The problem is scale, but Kerry says to watch out for some breakthroughs on carbon capture and fusion.
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