China plays key role in success of Copenhagen talks

Will we depreciate or appreciate Earth?

Copenhagen accord, and beyond

Europe feels left out in cold on climate deal

Copenhagen 'deal' leaves much to do

UN climate talks end with bare minimum agreement

Progress reported as world leaders continue talks

Climate change opportunity to diversify energy: IDB

China's stance on climate change widely commended

Greenpeace’s comment on Obama’s climate speech

Greenpeace China’s comment on Wen’s speech

News analysis: Obama's speech high-sounding

Think twice before hopping on the plane to Copenhagen

Good tidings from China on climate change

China's promise truly ambitious

Impact of the massive carbon intensity cut

Reporter: the challenge is telling the story

Looking to the land for climate change solutions

UN climate talks like "childrens' homework"

Institutional deal crucial for this fight

Choice between pointingfingers and joining hands

Questions Copenhagen will not answer

Cmprehensive approach on climate change:Expert

Marching ahead, because there is 'No Planet B'

Troubles brewing over climate action

'I have a way' to unlock climate finance: Soros

Expert says China's carbon plan is binding

'Made-in-Denmark' better at delivering green message

Don't make kids pay for crimes of their parents

Low-carbon innovation versus trade war

Copenhagen, concerns and expectations

Climate meeting faces four obstacles: Chinese official

Sustainability easier said than achieved

Looking for climate solutions in Copenhagen

Developed countries should pay for climate change

Growth with greenery

Obama's new schedule welcomed

Forest-saving deal could lift climate summit hopes

Battle climate change

Climate targets may not change life much

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

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