Chinese research perspectives. Environment ; 4.
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Doha planning for the future : extension of the Kyoto Protocol and outlook for the Durban Platform / Wang Mou, Pan Jiahua and Lian Huishan South-South cooperation against climate change and future prospects / Chao Qingchen and Jia Pengqun China's sustainable development in a shifting global context / Wang Yi Distribution and implementation of energy saving and low carbon development targets for the 12th five-year plan / Chen Ying Progress of low-carbon urban construction in China / Zhuang Guiyang and Wang Chunli Status of the Chinese trading scheme for carbon credits and future prospects / Hongbo Chen, Wei Lin and Zheng Zhou Analysis of synergistic effects of low-carbon actions and climate change adaptive measures / Wang Wenjun and Zheng Yan Carbon dioxide emissions policies and actions of low-carbon development in China's transport sector / Cai Bofeng and Feng Xiangzhao Demand for and policies to improve low-carbon financing / Pan Jiahua, Hongbo Chen, Xiang Yu and Lijuan Wang China's green climate fund: innovation and experience. A case study of the China Green Carbon Foundation / Li Nuyun and Li Jinliang Weather index insurance and commercial applications in China / Su Buda, Tan Feng, Fang Yu, Thomas Fischer and Zhan Mingjin Development of renewable energy and new energy in China and market prospects / Wang Yu and Zhang Xiliang Development potential for wind and solar energy resources in China / Zhu Rong Meteorological disaster trends and impacts in China / Gao Ge, Zhao Shanshan and Xu Ying Extreme climate projections and risks in China / Ying Xu, Chonghai Xu and Jing Feng Coastal cities' adaptation to climate change / Cao Lige, Su Buda, Zhai Jianqing, Marco Gemmer and Zhan Mingjin.
A special volume in the Chinese Research Perspectives on the Environment series, this English-language volume is an edited collection of articles selected from the Chinese-language; Annual Report on Actions to Address Climate Change (2012): Climate Finance and Low Carbon Development. This volume provides information on how China views the challenge of climate change and seeks to rectify the extraordinary confusion found in the West on China's green energy future and its larger perspectives on this extraordinarily crucial topic. Contributors in this volume provide a bigger picture of international negotiations on climate change; discuss China's national actions on green energy and sustainability and how national policies are implemented at the local level; and examine challenges and potential of developing green energy resources in China.
An edited collection of articles selected from the Chinese language Annual report on actions to address climate change (2012) : climate finance and low carbon development. Includes index.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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