Mr Kerry stated the Russian president had spurred on Europe to extend its renewable vitality by utilizing fuel vitality provides as a weapon.
The previous US secretary of state spoke to the BBC for a podcast known as No Scorching Air.
The Glasgow Local weather Pact known as on nations to part down unabated coal energy and inefficient gas subsidies as a part of motion on local weather change.
Requested if the Russian president had wrecked the Glasgow Pact, Mr Kerry stated: “He hasn’t wrecked it however he’s introduced a problem to it.”
He continued: “What Vladimir Putin has performed by utilizing fuel vitality as a weapon, is to persuade Europe that it has to maneuver quicker.
“So, in actual fact, Europe goes to attempt to transfer to deploy renewable vitality – wind, photo voltaic, and so forth – a lot quicker than they initially had deliberate.
“The important thing can be discovering higher ranges of finance on a world foundation to speed up the transition to these renewables in order that funding begins to maneuver there quicker.”
China’s funding in new coal vegetation “stays an issue”, he stated, although the nation’s settlement to scale back its methane output is a “huge deal”.
Mr Kerry stated it was nonetheless attainable to restrict the rise in international temperatures to 1.5C, although this is able to not fully eradicate the impacts of the local weather disaster.
He stated: “We have to get to work.
“We have to deploy much more renewables. We must be accelerating analysis and growth. We must be dwelling as much as the guarantees that we’ve made.
“We nonetheless can try this, and we now have to get concerning the enterprise of imposing it.”
Mr Kerry additionally stated the UK and Glasgow did a “spectacular job” of internet hosting the Cop26 summit amid the pandemic.
Requested if he had tried haggis or Irn-Bru, he laughed and stated: “I did and I discovered a favorite restaurant and we had a couple of brews and it was actually great.
“Obtained to Edinburgh for a day and loved enormously being there, it was nice.”