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After the Paris Agreement was reached in 2015, consultations on how to implement the agreement became a top priority for global climate governance. Based on the history of more than two decades of the negotiations on United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, this book selects the consultation process from the Paris Climate Change Conference (2015) to the Katowice Conference (2018), elaborating on the major changes, main contradictions, and the results of the implementation regulations in the global climate governance after the Paris Climate Change Conference. It provides a dialectic analysis on the “unified” and “divided” community of climate governance and offers support so that China can continue to participate in, contribute to and lead the climate governance in a constructive manner.

Copyright (C) 2014 Tsinghua University Press Ltd ICP No. 05029640 No. 11010802013248

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