A comprehensive roadmap for tackling climate change (china)

A comprehensive roadmap for tackling climate change (china)

China has just released a white paper entitled “Response to Climate Change: China’s Policies and Measures.” This white paper outlines China’s efforts to tackle climate change. With the help of this document, China’s successful experience and vision will be shared with the international community…

The white paper consists of four sections in addition to the preface and summary. These include China’s new response to climate change, the implementation of China’s national strategy to actively tackle climate change, significant changes in China’s response to climate change, and a fair outcome based on common interests. And building a sound global climate governance system…

China attaches great importance to tackling climate change. As the world’s largest developing country, China has overcome its economic and social difficulties and implemented a series of effective strategies and measures in response to climate change. China is also actively involved in global climate governance. , And efforts to tackle climate change have yielded positive results…

According to the White Paper, after succeeding in building a comprehensive, moderate and prosperous society, China has now embarked on a new journey to build a modern country and achieve a national renaissance…

Ensuring high-quality development requires tackling climate change in the country, an important issue that is affecting the well-being of not only the Chinese people but also people around the world…

According to the White Paper, China’s development Moving towards a new stage, it will adhere to the new development philosophy and adopt a new development drive to promote high-quality development. With the reduction of carbon emissions, environmental development will be taken as an important strategic goal, and the goals of carbon pack and carbon neutral will be included in the overall economic and social development process of the country…

The country will reduce both pollution and carbon emissions, promote a comprehensive transition to green and low-carbon economic and social development, and achieve a model of innovation that bridges the gap between humanity and nature. Be in harmony

According to the White Paper, the challenges posed by climate change are real, serious, and long-lasting. A concerted effort by the entire international community is needed to address this issue…

China will live up to its commitments and continue to support multilateralism. Will China, along with other parties, will seek comprehensive, balanced, effective, and sustainable implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Paris Agreement. China will continue its efforts to control greenhouse gas emissions, promote green and low-carbon development in urban and rural construction. A green and low carbon transport system will be set up, and the construction of a national carbon market will continue…

Before this White Paper, China had recently issued a strategy to reach the Carbon Pack before 2013…

The strategy included the implementation of a new development concept in a new development phase, the formation of a new development structure. Light growth and low carbon emissions will be ensured through the short-medium or long-term goals…

Carbon packs, carbon neutrality should be included in economic and social development, production, and daily life should be made green so that economic and social development can be promoted based on high resource efficiency and green and low carbon emissions…

Ensure that the targets of the Carbon Pack are met before 2013. At the same time, emphasis has been placed on giving central importance to the goal of the carbon pack in all stages of development. Ordinary arrangements have been made to strengthen international cooperation and policy in this regard…

China seeks to achieve significant results in comprehensive green transformation of economic and social development in the country by 2030 and to bring energy efficiency in key energy-using industries to international advanced levels. A comprehensive system of clean, low-carbon, safe and efficient energy, including an economic system for carbon-based development, will be established, and the proportion of non-renewable energy consumption in the country will reach more than 80%.

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