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Continuing Kyoto is 'key issue'

Confirmation of the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol is the focal issue of the Cancun talks, Xie Zhenhua, head of the Chinese delegation said in Cancun on Thursday.

Cancun lays foundation

Chinese, US NGOs in joint campaign

Advert points finger of blame

UN climate chief pushes for success in Cancun


Kyoto Protocol's future overcast in Cancun

The future of the Kyoto Protocol poses a big question mark in the second week of Cancun climate change negotiations, Indian Environment Minister Jairam Ramesh told China Daily before meeting with representatives from more than 190 countries on Monday morning.


From Copenhagen to Cancun

The UN Climate Change Conference (COP-16) is being held in Cancun, Mexico from Nov 29 to Dec 10 to continue to search solutions to the climate problem.

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Cancun lays foundation

Negotiators from 193 countries have wrapped up a package of agreements that advances efforts to cope with climate change and lays a foundation for talks leading to the next conference in Durban, South Africa.

Green China

US envoy says China seriously dealing with carbon emissions

China is certainly making serious efforts to deal with carbon emissions, US Special Envoy for Climate Change Todd Stern said Wednesday, adding he has " enormous respect" for what China is doing domestically.

Developing Countries

Mexican president hails climate deal at Cancun conference

Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Saturday praised the attendees of the UN climate change conference for finally reaching a deal to fight global warming.


Taking a green lesson from Bhutan

Although I'm a bit fed up with the bargains and debates at the UN climate conference, I do think China and its leaders should turn their attention to not so advanced countries in search of new models of development.

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