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Global Climate Governance and China’s Role

From the perspective of natural threats, the IPCC’s fifth assessment report and numerous research reports have pointed out that climate change is the most serious and urgent global challenge of our times. In October 2018, an IPCC special report – Global Warming of 1.5°C – has given a clearer signal. If the global temperature rises more than 2°C, the climate impact on survival and development of human being will be more significant and yield worse consequences. The international community has reached a consensus on the necessity, in order to achieve the global climate targets, to transform production mode, lifestyle, and finance and to accelerate technology innovation. All countries should deepen cooperation and take action together to accelerate transition process, initiate an innovative global climate governance system, integrate climate change in economic development, poverty alleviation, living-condition improvement, environment preservation, health protection and security, enhance mutual trust, build a community with a shared future for mankind, and lead a green, low-carbon and sustainable development globally.

Task Force: Global Governance and Ecological Civilization Topic: Regional and Global Engagement Year: 2019 Phase: Phase VI (2017-2021) Active

Global Climate Governance and China’s Role

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