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Coping with Climate Change: What has China done and what will China do?

 Mao Xianqiang
  16th-Nov-2009
Description: An examination of China’s achievements and goals in the energy sector. Between 2006 and 2008 China’s energy consumption for unit GDP output had an annual reduction of 1.79%, 4.04% and 4.59% respectively, with a total unit GDP energy consumption decreased by over 10%, the equivalent to 290 million tons of coal savings and C02 reduction of 660 million tons. The time evolution of the averaged temperature change over China relative to years (1961 to 1990) of the SRES simulation B2 is examined.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
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Presented to the Conference on “Economic Crisis and Recovery: Enhancing Resilience, Structural Reform,

and Freer Trade in the Asia-Pacific Region”

Coping with Climate Change:
What has China done and
what will China do?
MAO Xianqiang
School of Environment,
Beijing Normal University
maoxq@bnu.edu.cn

Singapore, October 10, 2009

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