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China Mostly Satisfied With Doha Talks: FM Spokesman
China Eyes Nationwide Emission Trading Programs in 2016-2020
Doha Talks Likely to Advance on Climate Finance
China Releases Air Pollution Reduction Plan, Vows PM2.5 Cut
Beijing Review Exclusive more
Canada, New Zealand Awarded the 'Colossal Fossil'
The humorous Fossil awards, given to countries judged to have done their "best" to block progress at the 2012 United Nations Climate Change Conference
Seeking a Climate Solution
China plays a responsible role in coping with climate change
UN Chief Commends China's Green Investment
China is putting in a great deal of effort, says Secretary General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon
U.S. 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
No breakthrough at Doha Climate Talks
The first week of the Doha climate change conference concludes without any substantial developments
U.S., Canada, New Zealand Rack Up Most 'Fossil' Awards
The U.S., Canada and New Zealand earn the most 'Fossil of the Day' awards during the first five days of the Doha conference
G77: Developed Countries to Come Through
The only thing developed countries have to do now is to fulfill their commitments
Background more
- China's Expectations
- The Kyoto Protocol
- The Bali Roadmap
- UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
- Common but Differentiated Responsibilities for UNFCCC
Related Reports more
- UN Conference on Sustainable Development
- UN Durban Conference
- UN Cancun Conference
- UN Copenhagen Conference
- Low-Carbon Living
- China's National Climate Change Program
- China's Energy Conditions and Policies
Useful Links  
- Official Website of UN Doha Conference
- China's National Development and Reform Commission
- China's Ministry of Environmental Protection
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