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Doha talks end with slight progress
The two-week UN climate conference in Doha ended on Saturday after 24 hours of extended negotiations with a package of deals that some participants said were disappointing but acceptable.
Doha agreement in Australia's best interest
Chinese climate negotiator gives spicy speech
Doha climate talks reach weak commitment
China presents climate documentary to UN official
Canada, New Zealand awarded the 'Colossal Fossil'
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COP18/CMP8 Highlights >>
Main players in global climate negotiationsMain players in global climate negotiations
A new round of UN climate change conference slated for Nov. 26-Dec. 7 will be held in Doha, Qatar where negotiators are expected to push ahead what was achieved in Durban last year.
IEA encourages energy-efficient technology deployment to reduce carbon emission
Key junctures in global climate negotiations
Features & Analyses >>
Doha climate deal hits middle of everyone's acceptanceDoha climate deal hits middle of everyone's acceptance
After around-the-clock haggling over the past 13 days in Doha, Qatar, exhausted delegates from 194 countries finally found an agreeable middle course to tackle the pressing issue of climate change.
Time for developed nations to show responsibility in climate talks
China a responsible player in combating climate change
China's Initiatives >>
Xie Zhenhua expects Doha to link past with futureXie Zhenhua expects Doha to link past with future
The Doha conference will act as a link in connecting the past with the future and achieving progress through negotiation, Chinese delegation Chairman Xie Zhenhua said after his arrival in Doha, Qatar, on Dec. 3.
China eyes nationwide emission trading programs in 2016-2020
China backs developing countries to combat climate change: official
World Reaction >>
US insists on an agreement 'applicable to all'US insists on an agreement 'applicable to all'
Shunning previously existing legal agreements on climate change, the U.S. has adamantly stuck to the Durban Platform, which is approved at the 2011 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Durban, South Africa following 60 hours of negotiations.
Singapore welcomes move to extend Kyoto Protocol
Fiji supports international mechanism to compensate climate change losses
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Mi Xingang
Mi Xingang
Liu Mengyu
Liu Mengyu
Yu Shujun
Yu Shujun
Chinese climate negotiator gives spicy speech
Canada, New Zealand awarded the 'Colossal Fossil'
NGOs call for climate change justice
UN Climate Change Conference at Doha
About COP18/CMP8
The eighteenth session of the Conference of the Parties will take place from Monday, 26 November to Friday, 7 December 2012 in Doha, Qatar.
• What is COP        • What is CMP
• Kyoto Protocol
• Bali Road Map
• Cancun Agreements
• Durban Platform
2011 Summit
Durban,South Africa
2010 Summit
2009 Summit
Official Releases
China's Policies and Actions for Addressing Climate Change (2012)
China's Policies and Actions for Addressing Climate Change (2011)
China's Energy Policy 2012
China's Energy Conditions and Policies
China's Actions for Disaster Prevention and Reduction
National Development and Reform Commission
Ministry of Environmental Protection
China Meteorological Administration
China Climate Change Info-Net
Chinese Climate Change Network
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