“China’s commitment and contribution to climate change”

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The Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th CPC Central Committee was held in Beijing from November 8 to 11. The meeting focused on comprehensively summing up the major achievements and historical experience of the CPC’s hundred years of struggle. The vicissitudes of a century have witnessed the unremitting struggle of the Communist Party of China for the cause of human progress; On the new journey, the Communist Party of China will continue to stand on the right side of history and on the side of human progress, and make new and greater contributions to promoting the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind and a better world. From now on, the “sea review” column group of overseas network launched a series of interview program “world echo of the community of human destiny”, inviting many ambassadors to China and overseas experts and scholars to talk about the community of human destiny in their eyes. This is the fifth issue

   “Adhering to green and low carbon and building a clean and beautiful world.” in January 2017, at the headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, President Xi Jinping stressed in the systematic interpretation of the concept of the community of human destiny that man and nature coexist and harm nature will eventually hurt human beings. p>

“China’s commitment and contribution to climate change”

Tanzania ambassador to China mberwa kerouki said that this is an era in which China’s world influence is increasing. China’s contribution to the world is growing, and China is playing a leading role in addressing climate change and many other fields

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Sri Lanka’s ambassador to China Palita Kohona has been engaged in the work related to climate change for a long time, and he pays great attention to China’s environmental protection policy. Kohona believes that climate change is a major threat to the sustainable survival of human society. “I’m glad to hear that China will achieve carbon neutrality by 2060,” he said. “This will be an extraordinary achievement.”

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Cape Verde ambassador to China Tanya romuardo praised China for practicing the concept of green development in foreign aid. The paoyilao dam built with China’s assistance is the first large-scale dam in Cape Verde’s history. “Cape Verde has a tropical arid climate and unstable precipitation. It is very important to build paoyilao, a facility that can store and reuse rainfall,” she said

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Zhuo Jiaying, Malta’s ambassador to China, also cited Chinese enterprises as an example to help Malta completely rebuild its power system. In the past, Malta used diesel to generate electricity, which was not only inefficient, but also very environmentally friendly. After the transformation of Chinese enterprises, “we have cheaper, cleaner and more efficient electricity”

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Costa Rican ambassador to China Rodrigo Delgado Soto attaches importance to environmental protection cooperation with China. Soto said that Costa Rica needs a lot of protection means to purify the local soil and water environment. During his visit to Macao, he saw a special soil remediation product in a local factory. “I think such a product is very effective and helpful for Costa Rica,” Soto said

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Guyana ambassador to China Zhou Yaxin has studied in China for many years. She has witnessed the great changes in China’s environmental protection. Zhou Yaxin said that the air quality in Beijing has improved significantly compared with the previous years, which is behind the unremitting efforts of the Chinese government over the years. “I must praise the Chinese government. China not only pursues an environment-friendly policy, but also promotes China’s shift to clean and renewable energy.” Zhou Yaxin said. “The implementation of environmental protection policies over the years and the continuous promotion for the future have strongly proved China’s commitment and contribution to climate change.”

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according to Hans hang Zhike, Professor of Chinese business administration at the University of Sydney business school, China’s commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 will be remembered, which will become the basis for other countries to formulate policies

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Alexander Romanov, deputy director of the Institute of world economy and international relations of the Russian Academy of Sciences, has long paid attention to China’s social development and changes. When imagining the face of China in 2035, he said, “what I can imagine is a green China.” he believes that with the continuous efforts of the Chinese government, the quality of China’s natural environment will be significantly improved in both urban and rural areas