China’s Steps towards Climate Change Policy

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Essay #: 061950
Total text length is 17,583 characters (approximately 12.1 pages).

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China’s Steps towards Climate Change Policy
Introduction
This paper looks at China’s cautious steps towards a progressive climate change policy typified by a new reliance upon non-fossil fuel energy. The paper shall particularly look at China’s growing commitment to non-fossil fuel energy sources and will discuss why China is pursuing certain policy instruments but not others in steering itself towards the final objective of being a global leader in the realm of non-fossil fuel technology and use. As will become apparent, China is a nation that has unveiled an ambitious national action plan for combating climate change that, though short on specifics when initially rolled out, reaffirmed the country’s goal of combining sustainable...
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