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China Drafts Post-2010 Climate Change Policy

6:18 AM MDT | April 23, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

The Chinese government is drafting a national policy on climate change and global warming for the period after 2010, reports say. The program would succeed a policy announced by the government last year outlining goals for the period until 2010. The government is urging Chinese companies to get ready for stricter green standards in emission control and energy consumption after 2010 but the country is not ready to impose emission-reduction targets, reports say. “As a developing country, China is not ready to promise binding emission cut targets at global...

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