2009年12月14日

China expects leadership from rich nations

Greater emissions cuts by developed nations are the starting point for a successful climate deal at Copenhagen in December say Jiahua Pan.


To reach a successful climate agreement at the UN climate in Copenhagen, three fundamental elements (scientific evidance, politi cal will and economic interest) and four practical elements (target setting for emissions reducutions, adaptation, technology and financing) need to be addressed.

Of these factors, negotiators will focus most atention, superficially, on mitigation targets.

more fundamentally, howwever, they will focus on understanding economic impacts.


The Chinese pardpective is that reaching a deal will depend largely on decisive mitigation action being taken by the developed nations.

The developing nations will have every reason to follow suit if the rich nations demonstrate leadership and commit to more substantial cuts than they have offered so far.


(… to be continue…)


### DataBace ###
nature Vol.461 1019-1162 Issue no.7267 22 Octover 2009
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