Do you want to know what China is thinking on climate change? Are you confused by Copenhagen? Then head to chinadialogue – where China and the world discuss climate change.
chinadialogue editor Isabel Hilton is in Copenhagen with a team of Chinese environmental journalists, global experts, youth and civil society representatives. Throughout the conference we will feature original articles from our team, interviews, up to the minute blogs and video from Chinese and global experts on chinadialogue.net and the daily planet – our Copenhagen blog. All Chinese articles, posts and comments will be translated for you allowing you unique access to the Chinese negotiating team, press and opinion.
Our coverage kicks off with Tan Copsey’s Copenhagen preview, Chinese officials, experts and civil society leaders discuss what China wants from the summit and we feature a video interview with Pan Jiahua of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, who proposes a global emissions budget.
Blogs include coverage of China’s activities at the conference, reaction to the ‘Danish text’, a roundup of the Chinese press by chinadialogue Beijing editorial team and Alex Evans’ rough guide to failure at Copenhagen.
Please contact chinadialogue development manager Tan Copsey if you require further information or have media inquiries –
chinadialogue is grateful to the Robert Bosch Stiftung and Asienhaus for supporting our coverage of the Copenhagen climate summit.
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