The leaders also called for greater cooperation on protecting biodiversity ahead of an October conference on the issue in the Chinese city of Kunming.
They also expressed support for China to adjust its shorter-term emissions goals.
"The American authorities must not forget the departure of the Paris Agreement in 2017". He has yet to show how he will be. compensate for [o que não fez n] over the past four years, "Lijian said. We hope that the United States will find its place and come back to comply.to global law and multilateralism ". added the spokesperson's voice.
The open letter, spearheaded by the European Parliament's environmental committee chair, Pascal Canfin, notes that the 27-nation bloc and the United States together account for about a quarter of global Carbon dioxide emissions and two-fifths of the global economy.More news: At least 8 killed in mass shooting at Indianapolis FedEx facility
The meetings, if successful, could pave the way for climate agreements between the world's two top emitters of carbon, and see Chinese leader Xi Jinping participate in Mr Biden's summit for Earth Day.
China-EU relations face new opportunities and various challenges, Xinhua cited Xi as saying, adding that Beijing would create a fair and non-discriminatory environment for foreign companies including French and German firms, and hopes Europe can treat Chinese companies in the same positive way.
The United States is expected to commit to a new carbon emissions reduction target for 2030, which could double the previous one. Each representative will have three minutes to speak.
Biden has made reversing the climate-sceptic policy of his predecessor Donald Trump a priority, and is hosting a virtual summit of world leaders next week.More news: Ex-police officer charged over fatal shooting of black man in Minnesota
A group of 10 US Senators have introduced a comprehensive worldwide climate change legislation that among other things seeks to reinvigorate bilateral cooperation with India in this sector, ahead of next week's Leaders' Summit on Climate being convened by the White House.
Kerry would travel to Shanghai and Seoul, for talks on April 14-17, ahead of President Joe Biden's virtual summit with world leaders on climate change next week.
Despite significant investments in renewable energy and the implementation of strong national greenhouse gas mitigation policies, India continues to operate some of the world's dirtiest fossil fuel power plants and has high emissions generated from its transportation sector, it said.
USA industry has championed the Kigali deal, so announcing China's entrance while Kerry was in the country was a gift to the former US secretary of state.More news: Canada reports first blood clot possibly linked to AstraZeneca vaccine