Green China

China can be pre-eminent market for air, water trading

China's stance on climate change widely commended

China makes most intensive efforts: Wen

Wen says China will strive for climate goals

2 degree temperature rise may be long-term goal: Wen

Most Chinese very aware of green issues: China Daily-EDF survey

Human development a key ingredient for any green solution

UN chief: China takes important measures to reduce emission

Low carbon goal, development not at odds

China to do more to global fight against climate change

'China speed' in clean energy business

China raps sidetracking at Copenhagen summit

China enjoys increasing share in clean energy: WWF

China asks rich countries to do 'soul searching'

China Daily sends green message with cartoon show

Expert explains China's emission reduction target

New book chronicles China's green movement

Population control called key to deal

Construction industry asked to go green

Leading the greens

China's climate stance at Copenhagen

Chinese wind power companies target global markets

'Green bank' helps China reduce emission

UN lauds China's commitment on climate change

Chinese woodchoppers' low-carbon life

Chinese rise to the climate challenge

China's emissions cut target praised

Emissions goal 'will cost China $30b'

Shanghai's rising anxiety

New agency set to create 'green building' environment

China beats US in green shopping bags

Eco-economic zone to be set up in Shandong

500,000 Chinese sign to support low-carbon lifestyles

Tibet's environment chief: Nature is more important than gold

Low-carbon lifestyle fashionable


In his last day at Copenhagen, Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao reiterated China's stance and polices on combating climate change.

Wen addresses Copenhagen summit (2)

Wen addresses Copenhagen summit (3)