Climate Change: China's Changing Climate

The Chinese government is pursuing a delicate balancing act ahead of the Copenhagen summit in December when the post-Kyoto climate change agreement is scheduled to be sealed. On the one hand, Chinese leaders are adamant that combating climate change must not deter economic development, while on the other, they want to bring to the post-2012 climate negotiations sufficient evidence to prove that China is indeed intent on curbing its greenhouse gas emissions.

The World Today Published 1 May 2009 Updated 14 October 2020 4 minute READ

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