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From Bonn to Cancun

China Daily | Updated: 2010-04-12 08:16

A three-day United Nations climate change meeting attended by negotiators from more than 180 countries was concluded in Bonn, Germany over the weekend, kicking off a fresh start for this year's international negotiations on a calendar for future climate change talks.

The UN climate talks will pave the way for the UN Climate Change Conference scheduled from Nov 29 to Dec 10 in Cancun, Mexico. Participating countries should demonstrate their utmost sincerity and quicken negotiations if the Mexico conference is to generate more results than last year's Copenhagen summit.

China has been actively pushing for international efforts in tackling climate change. It has also set its own goals in emission cuts toward 2012, winning the country much acclaim in the international arena.

From Bonn to Cancun

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