China Warns Kerry Climate Cooperation Depends on Overall Ties

HONG KONG—Senior Chinese officers informed U.S. local climate envoy John Kerry that ongoing U.S. hostility on a vary of problems could jeopardize cooperation on battling local climate change, even though Mr. Kerry reported that doing the job-stage talks were being effective in the operate-up to a November local climate summit.

Mr. Kerry, wrapping up a two-day stop by to the northern port city of Tianjin, was warned frequently by his hosts that local climate cooperation could not not be saved independent from worsening geopolitical ties between the two countries.