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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (1st L) speaks to reporters at the headquarters of the United Nations in New York, the United States, December 21, 2009.
Copenhagen Climate Accord Offers Mixed Bag
China Cuts Emissions by Treating Sludge
Criticism: Copenhagen Accord Is Meaningless Spin
UN Climate Summit Stops Short of Endorsement
World Leaders Reach Deal on Climate Change
Beijing Residents Expect Climate Deal

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China Played Significant Role in Process Leading up to Copenhagen
Achim Steiner, UN Under Secretary- General and Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) told Xinhua in an interview on Friday that China played a significant role in the process leading up to Copenhagen Climate Change Conference.
Latest News >>
· Global Green Growth Conference Ends in Copenhagen
· China Calls for World Collaboration on Development of Renewable Energy
· China Accuses Rich Countries of Intending to Reshape Kyoto Protocol
· China to Host Working Group Meeting of UN Climate Change Conference
· China Furthers Low Carbon Efforts After Copenhagen
· UN Chief Reports on Progress Towards Possible Climate Change Deal Later This Year
· UN, World Leaders Seek 'Innovative' Climate Financing for Poor Nations
· Maldives, China Vow to Work Closely on Climate Change
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon attends a news conference during the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, on December 19, 2009.
Copenhagen Climate Conference Ends in Anticlimactic Way
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (1st, R) talks with Yvo de Boer (2nd, L), Executive Secretary of United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, during the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, on December 19, 2009.
Negotiators at UN Climate Change Conference
Two women are seen beside a globe model at the empty hall of the Bella Center during the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, capital of Denmark, December 19, 2009.
Behind the Climate Change Conference
COP15 Introduction Agenda
The COP15 conference is the 15th Conference of the Parties under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It is co-organized by the Danish Government. The conference will run for two weeks from December 7-18.

Key Issues / 3 Major Stances

>>Causes for Climate Change

>>From Rio de Janeiro to Copenhagen
· Climate Change 'Takes Toll' on Grain Harvest
· Carbon Trade a Test for Gov't, Business
· Pakistani Expert: Blaming China of Foiling Agreement on Climate Incorrect
Participants' Stances
Developing Countries European Union Umbrella Group
· China Accuses Rich Countries of Intending to Reshape Kyoto Protocol
· BASIC Group Countries Underscore Support to Copenhagen Accord
· Indian FM: India, China Protect Interests of Developing Nations at Copenhagen Summit
· Indonesia Hopes to Be Role Model in Combating Climate Change
· China Tells Climate Change 'Hijack' Critics to Honor Obligations
· Brazil's Lula Blasts US Performance at Copenhagen Conference
· China Refutes British Criticism over Climate Talks
· Developing Nations' Diplomats Hail China's Efforts in Copenhagen Talks
· Premier: China's Role in Copenhagen Talks 'Important and Constructive'
· Comment that Copenhagen Accord Only Private Consultation Untrue and Irresponsible
· China Seeks to Clear up Summit Deal
· China: Talks with Developing Nations 'Transparent'
What's Happening in China >>
· China Orders Crack down on Heavy Metals Pollution
· Experts: Water Diversion to Xinjiang Unfeasible
· Clean Energy Hot for Many
· Nation Spurs Development of New, Green Technologies
· Earthworms Play Essential Role in Recycling Scheme
· Industrial Zones Come Clean Due to Green Drive
World Initiatives >>
· UN Urges for More Ambitious Action to Cut Greenhouse Gas Emission
· Climate Talks More Urgent After Copenhagen
· EU Incoming Trade Commissioner Say No to Carbon Tariffs
· Germany to Invest 2 Bln Euros in Climate Research
· Forest-saving Project Presented at Copenhagen Talks
· UN Says It Will Reduce Green Gas Emissions
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