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Climate for Cooperation: The EU, China and Climate Change (2009)

Freeman, Duncan / Holslag, Jonathan

Policy Paper, Brussel Institute of Contemporary China Studies, Brussels, September 2009, 40p.

The policy priorities of the Chinese government have undergone asignificant change in recent years. Economic development remains a centralobjective, but this is increasingly considered in terms of sustainability.Energy security has become a primary concern of the Chinese government and itrecognizes that China has already begun to suffer significant effects ofclimate change. The twin questions of energy and climate security have promptedChina to focus increasingly on how it produces and consumes energy.
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Sprache: english
Materialform: studie
Schlagworte: Intern. Beziehungen, Konsumwelten, Energie & Rohstoffe, Forstwirtschaft