The 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference, or COP15, is moving to formally acknowledging a new accord for tackling global warming.
International organizations have spoken highly of China's strong commitments on greenhouse gas emissions cut, saying China will make great contributions to global efforts to combat climate change.
Rajendra Kumar Pachauri, Nobel laureate and chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, has little patience to worry about allegations from skeptics of climate change.
Details of the final document of the UN climate change conference were still being discussed among parties to the conference, Chinese sources said early Saturday.
Undeniable facts showed China, by demonstrating sincerity, confidence and determination, has exerted maximum efforts to move forward the Copenhagen climate change negotiations with an eye on striking a widely accepted accord.
In his last day at Copenhagen, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao reiterated China's stance and polices on combating climate change.