China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a “factsheet” Monday hitting at the United States’ climate and environmental record, saying the country “is widely viewed as a consensus-breaker and a troublemaker” under President Trump. It accused the government of having “seriously undermined global climate governance and cooperation” for not ratifying the Kyoto Protocol and pulling out of the Paris Agreement. The U.S. is scheduled to formally withdraw from the agreement the day after the election. China’s stance is in response to the “China’s Environmental Abuses Fact Sheet” released by the U.S. State Department in September. (Washington Post $, Climate Home)