A few weeks ago, I learned that China had spent fifty-one and a half billion dollars in the year 2010 to re-organize their power supply to reduce CO2 emissions. Apparently, this is a continuous program and has become a part of the national budget. This, of course, puts China in the top position of countries that are, in fact, making some effort to deal with climate change.
In the issue of Beijing Review of December 9th, there is an article “Taking Responsibility for Climate Change” that analyzes the Cancun Conference, which could not yet form an international agreement and includes China’s contribution and decision. Again, I believe that this information should be broadly circulated to counter the anti-China propaganda.