The United States remains committed to working actively with other nations to promote cooperative and collaborative approaches to address this important issue. U.S. policy also recognizes that efforts by Americans and other nations to address climate change will only be sustainable if they also serve a larger purpose of fostering prosperity and well-being for citizens around the globe.

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India: Prime Minister Singh and President Obama agreed to strengthen U.S.-India cooperation on energy and climate change. White House Releases: Clean Energy Security & Green Partnership

China: President Barack Obama and President Hu Jintao announced a far-reaching package of measures to strengthen cooperation between the United States and China on clean energy. White House Release

NALS: North American Leaders’ Declaration on Climate Change and Clean Energy White House Release
Indonesia: President Obama and President Yudhoyono make enhanced cooperation on clean energy and climate change a key element of the new U.S.-Indonesia Comprehensive Partnership White House Release
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Canada: President Obama and Prime Minister Harper vow joint effort on North American economic recovery. White House Release

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Mexico: U.S.-Mexico Announce Bilateral Framework on Clean Energy and Climate Change. White House Release



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