The China pavilion at the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Xinhua

COP25 summit: Expected to be cooling influence at UN climate conference, China instead lets Brazil heat up

  • Joining Brasilia in threat to block agreement on carbon markets, Beijing disappoints western climate diplomats and negotiators
  • ‘Brazil’s stance is very strong and it has put up a very defensive approach,’ a Chinese delegate says. ‘It is a headache even for us’
Topic |   Climate change

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The China pavilion at the UN Climate Change Conference COP25 in Madrid, Spain. Photo: Xinhua
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Albert Han

Albert Han

Albert Han is a Graduate Trainee reporter for the Post. He joined in 2019 after graduating from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Previously, he worked as a freelance journalist in Barcelona, Spain, covering the Catalan independence movement in 2017.