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China's CO2 emissions per unit of GDP lower than 2005


12-13-2014 14:32 BJT

Full coverage: UN Climate Change Conference 2014

China has been working with all parties to push for positive outcomes from the Lima meetings. The Chinese delegation has held a series of side events to introduce China’s policies, actions and achievements in tackling climate change. As of 2013, China’s carbon emissions per unit of GDP had fallen by some 28.5 percent, compared to 2005 levels. The Chinese government has provided fifty million US dollars to other developing nations in combating climate change issues under the South-South cooperation framework. In November this year, China and the US made a historic pledge to reduce their greenhouse gas output a move that received a positive response from the international community.

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