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China, US differ on global plan to cut emissions
2014-07-09
China's chief climate official Xie Zhenhua said China should not be subject to the same rules for greenhouse gas emissions as the United States and other rich countries and that Beijing opposes any attempt to impose them on China at next year's world ...
(Fresno Bee)
  1. Climate change new engine of China, US ties
  2. US, China ink coal, clean energy deals in climate cooperation

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Chongqing Launches Carbon Trading Market
2014-06-19
Xie Zhenhua, deputy head of the National Development and Reform Commission, said Chinese enterprises had traded over 3.85 million tonnes of carbon emission quotas as of May 23. These quotas were sold for 125 million yuan, making China a major ...
(Beijing Review)
  1. China launches all pilot carbon trading schemes
  2. Chongqing launches carbon trading market

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UPDATE 2-China completes pilot carbon market rollout, but take up uncertain
2014-06-19
China's top climate change official, Xie Zhenhua, who was present at the six prior launches, did not attend the opening ceremony. Only 16 deals were signed, covering 145,000 tonnes of permits at a price of 30-31.5 yuan ($4.83-$5.07) per tonne. A ...
(Reuters)
  1. China Focus: China launches all pilot carbon trading schemes
  2. UPDATE 2-China completes pilot carbon market rollout, but take up uncertain

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Chinese hints, US emission cuts fall far short of climate cure
2014-06-11
China's top climate negotiator Xie Zhenhua said in Bonn last week that Beijing was working to cap emissions as early as possible but that Chinese experts were divided about how. 42 PERCENT CUT. Hedegaard said the U.S. plan of a 30 percent cut in the ...
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    China becomes world No.2 carbon trader
    2014-06-11
    China is the world's second largest carbon trading market following the European Union, according to data released on Tuesday. Xie Zhenhua, deputy head of the National Development and Reform Commission, said Chinese enterprises traded over 3.85 ...
    (WantChinaTimes)
    1. China Focus: Beijing, neighbors to upgrade green efforts

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    Superpowers move on emissions, at odds on solar
    2014-06-11
    The world's biggest producer of fossil fuel emissions said it has been studying for more than a year how and when it might be able to make its pollution levels peak and hopes to act as soon as possible, said Xie Zhenhua, China's lead envoy to the ...
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      Chinese official plays down emission cut expectations
      2014-06-09
      Xie Zhenhua, China's top climate official, said last week the country would seek to cap its emissions "as soon as possible" but that experts disagreed on when greenhouse gases would peak. Emissions have nearly quadrupled since 1990 as the coal-fuelled ...
      (The Guardian)

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        Second world war dead washed up by Pacific Ocean's rise - caused by global ...
        2014-06-07
        China's top negotiator, Xie Zhenhua, pointed to traumatic memories of the 2009 Copenhagen Summit, the last time countries tried to forge a worldwide deal on curbing earth-warming greenhouse gas emissions. "We hope we do not see a recurrence of the ...
        (South China Morning Post)
        1. Rising sea levels expose Pacific war graves

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        Building blocks missing for 2015 climate pact: ministers
        2014-06-07
        China's top negotiator, Xie Zhenhua, pointed to traumatic memories of the 2009 Copenhagen Summit, the last time countries tried to forge a worldwide deal on curbing Earth-warming greenhouse gas emissions. The much-touted event became a near-fiasco ...
        (China Post)

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