Climate talks: From Tianjian to Cancun

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The United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, COP 15

China will hold a United Nations climate conference in northern coastal city of Tianjin from Oct. 4 to 9. This is a final preparatory meeting ahead of UN talks opening in November in Cancun, Mexico, and the first time that such formal meeting has been convened in China.

About 3,000 delegates from party and observer countries under the United Nation Framework Convention of Climate Change and the Kyoto Protocol will participate the meeting.



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• Sue developed nations for climate inaction 

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 China's efforts:



In 2009 China committed itself to the target that by 2020 it would bring down its carbon dioxide emission per unit GDP by 40 to 45 percent compared with the 2005 level.


China's targets and achievements in emission reduction

Low-carbon economy: developments and prospects

Green ideas from democratic parties

Energy transformation on a roll

 Looking forward to Cancun:



An active and constructive participant in international negotiation on climate change, China hopes the Cancun Conference can complete the negotiations envisioned in the Bali Roadmap and yield legally binding results through negotiations of the working groups of the Convention and the Protocol.


• Tianjin climate talks pave way for Cancun

China's expectations for the Cancun Conference 

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• Bonn Climate Change Talks-June 2010

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