Public Administration In The Time Of Regional Change (ICPM 2013) <br> Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Public Management 2013

Roles of China’s Government in Addressing Global Warming

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Fang Yuan
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Available Online May 2013.
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Global warming, Government, Role
Abstract
Global warming has seriously affected the survival of mankind and the sustainable development of society. All countries in the world have taken measures to deal with the problem, and formed a series of effective international cooperation mechanism. China’s government actively respond to global warming, and participate and cooperate as a developing country. China’s government established the national climate change countermeasures coordination mechanism. Furthermore, according to the national strategy of sustainable development requirements, China’s government has adopted a series of related policies and measures to deal with climate change. Targets for reducing carbon emissions are very arduous and long-term. The achievement of this goal and environmental protection and economic interests of the organization are a paradox. In the process of reducing carbon emissions and addressing climate warming, China’s government needs to further enhance the ability of service, to strengthen the rule of law, to strengthen the sense of responsibility, and to improve work efficiency. China’s government is actively playing planning, guiding and participatory role, in order to control global warming.
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