The latest UN climate change conference is entering day three in Doha, as developing countries call for more commitment and action to tackle the challenges of a warming globe.
China has been in the limelight at the conference as it is the biggest developing country making great efforts to tackle climate change in past years.
The conference began on Monday with calls for governments to focus on "essential tasks" related to the theme of curbing climate change. Representatives from the 195 parties of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change, and from business and industry and environmental organisations are attending.
Over 100 ministers will attend the final high-level meeting of the conference, which will be opened by UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, on December 4.
(CNTV.cn November 28, 2012)