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Will China Put Carbon Dioxide Levels in Its 12th Five-Year National Development Plan?

This past Saturday, the China Daily led an article on climate change with this potential good news:

China will put in place carbon dioxide emissions targets for its economic and social development programs, the central government has promised…

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Recommendations for U.S.-China Collaboration to Address Climate Change

Today we’re featuring Barbara Finamore’s recent column on U.S.-China cooperation for climate change, published a week ago on NRDC Switchboard. For our Chinese audience, we’ve also provided a translation of this very thoughtful blog post. During the U.N. climate talks in Bonn, U.S. special envoy for climate change Todd Stern said he was “immensely impressed” by all that China is doing to curb emissions of greenhouse gases, such as setting ambitious targets for energy intensity and renewables and tough efficiency standards for automobiles and the top 1000 energy-using enterprises. But he also said that China must do a lot more … Continue reading 阅读全文 » Add comment 发表评论(0)

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