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John Kerry, the US special climate envoy, is expected to resign from his role after serving for three years in the Biden administration.

Reports on Saturday indicated that Kerry plans to support President Biden in his 2024 reelection campaign, although he will not hold a formal position within the campaign team.

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During his tenure as climate envoy, Kerry persuaded global governments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. He was the driving force behind the United States’ leadership in international climate discussions, particularly at United Nations climate summits, following the country’s withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement under former President Trump.

Despite announcing his departure, Kerry, a former Secretary of State and chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, will still represent the US at the World Economic Forum in Davos next week and is scheduled to attend the Munich Security Conference in Germany in February.


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