The changes in the US climate justice stance are affected by both domestic and international factors. The domestic factor is mainly the political structure of the United States. To be specific,the'split government'makes it difficult to obtain the ratifcation of international agreements and the appropriation for international climate change.Besides,the equal number of representatives in the House of Representatives of each federal state has also had a major impact on US climate justice. At the same time,domestic factors also include different attitudes of ordinary people towards climate justice. The international factor is mainly the climate negotiation stance of new economy. In particular,the negotiating position of the Chinese government has a more obvious impact on the US climate justice stance.
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