Learning from Warsaw COP19: The Path Forward for International Cooperation

The Panel - From Left: Mr. Stian Reklev (Moderator - Thomson Reuters), Mr. Zhang Xiaohua (National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation), Mr. Jacob Werksman (European Commission), Mr. Deng Liangchun (WWF), Ass. Pr. Craig Hart (Renmin University)

The Panel – From Left: Mr. Stian Reklev (Moderator – Thomson Reuters), Mr. Zhang Xiaohua (National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation), Mr. Jacob Werksman (European Commission), Mr. Deng Liangchun (WWF), Ass. Pr. Craig Hart (Renmin University)

 

China understands that to win the battle over global climate change it must play a significant role. Developed countries are witnessing China’s national mitigation plan and its constructive effort to address the impact of climate change through the development of emissions trading schemes. However, at the international level, China has not reached agreement with the USA nor the EU on its contribution to the framework of international negotiations. Nevertheless, all parties agree that long-term emissions reduction strategies need to be found by 2015. For full Executive Summary of the panel with Mr. Stian Reklev (Moderator – Thomson Reuters), Mr. Zhang Xiaohua (National Centre for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation), Mr. Jacob Werksman (European Commission), Mr. Deng Liangchun (WWF), Ass. Pr. Craig Hart (Renmin University), download PDF: Learning from Warsaw COP19

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