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Calendar December-2009
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"It is highly disappointing that countries which are responsible for climate change are not taking corrective measures even at this last stage."
Anil Manandhar, Country Representative of WWF Nepal, made the remarks over Copenhagen Summit in Kathmandu
Daily Review more
- UN Climate Change Conference Issues Copenhagen Accord
- UN Climate Change Conference Ends
China's Policies on the Environment more
- Full Text of Premier Wen's Address at Copengagen Climate Change Summit
- Four Principles to Address Climate Change
- National Climate Change Program
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Developing Countries Protest Draft Texts in Copenhagen
UN Details Its Own CO2 Emissions
Editor's Desk
A Green Catch Phrase
China has announced yet another ambitious plan to promote a low-carbon economy. This demonstrates China's commitment to the international community's call to jointly fight global warming and climate change, and preserve a clean, sound world for our benefit and that of future generations
Green Solutions in China
A Greener Future
Low-carbon lifestyles and business operations are gaining popularity as China pushes for more intense green efforts across the country
Committed to Carbon Reduction
Chinese efforts to lower carbon emissions through environmentally friendly means begin gaining momentum
- Green Giant
- Powering the Future
- A Land of Wonders
- In Defense of Ecological Security
- Highest Oxygen Bar
- Prosperity Below and Blue Skies Above
- The Green Line
- Harnessing Wind
- Clean Power on Tap
- Splash Power
- Harnessing the Hongshuihe
- Check on Power
- For Our Blue Sky
- Energy Objective
"It would be nothing short of abandoning decades-long efforts and starting over again if China introduced a low-carbon economy right now." - Zou Ji
"Only the announcements of China and the U.S. are far from enough to ensure an agreement in line with the requirements of the Bali Roadmap at the Copenhagen Conference." - Pan Jiahua
"It is not only possible but also necessary for China and the U.S. to transcend differences in energy and environmental development strategies and enter into strategic and practical cooperation." - Zheng Bijian
- COP 15
- The Kyoto Protocol
- The Bali Roadmap
- UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
- Common but Differentiated Responsibilities for UNFCCC
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