Wang Yi, a climate specialist with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, says China has plans for emissions control under its five-year plan for economic and social development to 2025. Photo: Reuters
Wang Yi, a climate specialist with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, says China has plans for emissions control under its five-year plan for economic and social development to 2025. Photo: Reuters
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COP26: Chinese climate adviser rates Glasgow summit a success, saying it ‘achieved good progress’

  • Going into the talks, China sought a ‘powerful, balanced and inclusive result’, green energy workshop told
  • ‘US-China joint declaration provides new impetus for COP26 and it leaves room for future cooperation’

Wang Yi, a climate specialist with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, says China has plans for emissions control under its five-year plan for economic and social development to 2025. Photo: Reuters
Wang Yi, a climate specialist with the Chinese Academy of Sciences, says China has plans for emissions control under its five-year plan for economic and social development to 2025. Photo: Reuters
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