Recently, the Kenyan "Star" published a commentary by scholar Ndegwa, praising China for its firm commitment to combating climate change.

Ndegwa believes that China's continuous and pragmatic emission reduction actions with multilateralism as the core demonstrate the responsibility of a major country and set an example for the global response to the climate change crisis.

  The article pays attention to the 26th Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change held in Glasgow, UK recently. It believes that the performance of China and the United States in facing climate change issues is contrasting and intriguing: the Chinese government must do what it says. What it says does what it says; the U.S. government withdraws from the Paris Agreement at every turn, climate promises and policies are not lip service, and President Biden's use of an ultra-large luxury motorcade has aroused widespread criticism from the international community.

  The article stated that China adheres to multilateralism to deal with global challenges such as climate change, and has provided effective prescriptions for developing countries to deal with climate change.

In the past ten years, China has put ecological protection first, followed the path of green and low-carbon development, and made continuous achievements in reducing emissions.

  The article pointed out that underdeveloped countries are the biggest victims of climate change. Developed countries should actively assume historical responsibilities and help underdeveloped countries improve their ability to deal with climate crises.

Shouting slogans and shirking responsibilities will not help solve the climate change challenge.

The United States should abandon "variability", face up to its historical responsibilities, and take practical actions to set a proper example for solving the global climate crisis.

(Headquarters reporter Yang Qiong)