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    Friday, March 31, 2017

    China Calls Trump ‘Selfish’ On Climate

    Climate change: China calls US 'selfish' after Trump seeks to bring back coal; State-run tabloid says Beijing cannot fill vacuum left by US and urges west to pressure Trump on global warming

    Benjamin Haas, 30 March 2017 (UK Guardian)

    “…Chinese state media has lambasted Donald Trump’s efforts to roll back many Obama-era environmental regulations, with a state-run tabloid saying that: ‘No matter how hard Beijing tries, it won’t be able to take on all the responsibilities that Washington refuses to take…Western opinion should continue to pressure the Trump administration on climate change. Washington’s political selfishness must be discouraged…China will remain the world’s biggest developing country for a long time…[It can’t] be expected to sacrifice its own development space for those developed western powerhouses…’ China is the largest emitter of greenhouse gases responsible for global warming, followed by the US, and Chinese leaders firmly agree climate change is a real threat…[The country] is both the world’s largest exporter of renewable energy, and at the same time one of the leading exporters of coal-fired power plants…[It] has committed to having its emissions peak by 2030 as part of a deal with the US, but many forecasts say the country will reach that target years ahead of schedule…” click here for more

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