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Author Weiguang, Wang
Title China's Climate Change Policies
Imprint London : Taylor & Francis Group, 2012
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Note Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- List of contributors -- General report: the future of the international climate regime from China's perspective -- Part I Chinese response to climate change and policy actions -- 1 Performance evaluation for energy conservation targets in the Eleventh Five-Year Plan -- 2 Policies and pathways for China's nationally appropriate mitigation actions through 2020 -- 3 Adaptation to climate change in China: policy, action, and progress -- 4 Policies and actions to promote low-carbon buildings -- 5 The capacity of forest carbon sequestration to address global climate change: management of the forestry sector in China -- 6 NGOs and climate change -- 7 Low-carbon Expo and urban development -- Part II Thematic studies -- 8 Carbon budget proposal: a framework for an equitable and sustainable international climate regime -- 9 China's green economy and green jobs: current status and potentials for 2020 -- 10 Is China overly concerned about carbon tariffs? -- 11 Toward a low-carbon economy: international experience and development trends -- 12 Evaluation methodology of low-carbon economies and its application in China -- 13 Adaptation approaches to climate change in China: an analytical framework -- 14 Advances in studies on accumulative carbon emissions -- Appendix -- Index
China is becoming a rising star in global economical and political affairs. Both internationally and within China itself, people have great expectations of its future role. This book aims to clarify many aspects of China's key position in the climate change situation and policy debates. However, limited by its development stage, natural resource endowment, and other unbalanced developing issues, China is still a developing country. This book shows the reader the real China, which can provide more comprehensive solutions for future global climate regimes. This book includes research into China's twelfth Five-Year-Plan; low-carbon city pilot schemes; policies and pathways for China's nationally appropriate mitigation actions; China's forestry management; China's NGOs and climate change; the low-carbon 2010 Expo in Shanghai; carbon budget proposals; China's green economy and green jobs; China's reaction to carbon tariffs; China's actions in approaching adaptation; China's cumulative carbon emissions, and more. China's Climate Change Policies brings together experienced experts with in-depth understanding of the scientific assessment of climate change and relevant social and economic policies, and senior experts who have participated directly in international climate negotiations. This will help the reader to better understand the 2011 Durban climate change conference, as well as China's long-term strategy in response to climate change
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Weiguang, Wang China's Climate Change Policies London : Taylor & Francis Group,c2012 9781849714501
Subject POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Environme
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Alt Author Zheng, Guoguang
Pan, Jiahua
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