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At the United Nations General Assembly, Secretary of State John Kerry will make “climate change … a foreign policy priority,” the State Department announced in press release. “Secretary Kerry Elevates Climate Change at UN General Assembly,” the press release is titled.
“Secretary of State John Kerry will participate in several high-level events to reinforce U.S. leadership on climate change action this coming week during the UN General Assembly in New York,” reads the release.
On September 21, Secretary Kerry will host the first-ever Major Economies Forum Foreign Ministers meeting. The meeting seeks to build political will and a sense of common cause to address climate change as a foreign policy priority. He will encourage countries to put forward robust climate targets next year to help reach an ambitious international climate change agreement in 2015 and explore fresh ideas to capture climate co-benefits.