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A Self-Motivated Response
At the recently concluded UN Climate Change Conference in Doha, China once again showed its commitment to combating global warming. It is keen on reversing the alarming trend mainly because of its self-motivation to switch to a more sustainable model of growth
Seeking a Climate Solution

"Ambition" and "finance" are always the key words at climate talks. So it was in Doha. Developing countries urged developed countries to be more ambitious in emission reduction targets and assist them in finance, technology transfer and capacity building. Developed countries, on the other hand, called for equal participation over the long term

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