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Annual Report on the Actions to Address Climate Change (2011) Durban. Dilemma and Chi


ISBN 10: 7509728223 / ISBN 13: 9787509728222
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Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback Pages Number: 371 Publisher.: Social Sciences Documentation Publishing House; 1 edition (November 1. 2011). The Copenhagen agreement in 2009 after the end of 2010. held in Cancun. Mexico. the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate 16th Conference of the Parties and the Kyoto Protocol 6th Conference of the Parties to reach Cancun Agreement. has made more progress with real meaning. The Cancun agreement in the implementation of the Bali roadmap on track. there are many outstanding issues. the international community to the next step really reach the historic milestone in international climate agreement is full of confusion. controversy and expectation. The end of 2011. the United Nations Climate Conference held in Durban. South Africa. Durban conference can achieve the much desired goal of the Parties will be how to balance the interests of coordination of international climate regime and domestic development of the conflict. deal with the dual pressures of climate change mitigation and adaptation as a responsible major emerging developing countries. China will have international community voluntary mitigation actions are converted to domestic objectives. without conditions. to promote. Not only in the mitigation and adaptation. and China's efforts and performance in the world agree. The book has invited long been engaged in the assessment of climate science. energy and climate policy research as well as direct participation in international climate negotiations at home and abroad more than 30 senior academics Written to introduce the latest progress of the global response to climate change since the Cancun Ministerial Conference. and analysis to address climate change policies. actions and challenges. concerns the Cancun meeting may affect the choice of international and domestic climate policy. as well as long-term strategy to address climate change in China. Wang Weiguang. Zheng Guoguang prepared to address climate change report (2011 Durban plight of China's strategic choice) including Zonglun five topics and Appendix. Zonglun focus on two aspects. First. Retrospect and Prospect of the international climate negotiations. aims to analyze the Cancun Agreement. the progress made by the international climate regime. based on the outlook of the 17th United Nations Climate Conference held in Durban. South Africa. in the end of 2011. the overall grasp the current situation of domestic and international response to climate change. analysis of China may be used in a variety of options; the second is how to implement adaptation strategies to address climate risk in order to achieve the goal of sustainable development. The first theme focused the hot topic of international climate negotiations. the outcome of the negotiations in Cancun. the negotiation situation. possible future international climate regime and other in-depth analysis. Review and Prospects. covering medium-and long-term objective of the mitigation actions. the financial mechanism carbon market prospects and the international climate regime. as well as new problems and new trends of international aviation emissions. the impact of Japan's nuclear crisis on the global emission reduction and new energy development. the U.S. carbon politics. The second topic is the concentrated reflection of domestic mitigation policies and actions. Include: analysis of interpretation of the 12th Five Year Plan energy-saving emission reduction targets and draw on the experience of developed countries. progress and prospects of the domestic carbon emissions trading market. China low-carbon urban construction. the status quo of China's transport sector emissions and low carbon development prospects of China's new energy development status and market prospect. The third topic is devoted to domestic and international climate change risks and adaptation to climate change stra. N° de ref. de la librería MM4405

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The authors of the book are engaged in research work on climate change, its influence on social economy and international climate institution. They have followed closely international negotiations and participated in policy consulting for coping with climate change. the book gives authoritative analysis on relative areas of climate change in national and international scales.

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