30 November 2014:
Mapping China’s Climate Policy Formation Process
This report aims to assist those interested in better understanding policy formation on climate change issues in China. Its primary aim is to identify the key organizations within and outside China’s government responsible for shaping its climate policies. We focus on the stakeholders, and how they engage with one another.
16 November 2014:
Implications and Challenges of the US-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change Cooperation
Key members of the NDRC’s National Center for Climate Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC) have made an in-depth assessment of the US-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change Cooperation.
We are very pleased to provide a translation of this assessment: Download NCSC Analysis
29 May 2014:
A panel discussion, ‘Local Climate Governance: a key to realizing national targets?’, was held on 29th May 2014 by China Carbon Forum together with GIZ. The event discussed a wide range of important issues currently facing China in managing climate change. It focused on the role of local governments and identified some key areas where the panelists thought that improvements could be made. Importantly the panel identified further bilateral collaboration as crucial to helping China meet these challenges successfully.
The event provided a valuable forum for interaction and networking between Chinese and German counterparts, especially businesses, foundations, policy experts and government representatives. An event report is available by [clicking here]