Domestic Constraints and International Forces: Explore China’s Position on International Climate Change Policy
AbstractWith a growing influence in the world political and economic arena, China is playing a pivotal role in the formation and future development of international climate regime. As the second largest greenhouse gas emission state and the state of highest growth rate of greenhouse gas, China’s climate change position and the possible change have aroused wide concerns in the international community. With the development of international climate negotiation, the position of China became positive and openness more and more. Economic development and ecological vulnerability is the domestic constraint China has encountered in forming its climate change policy; And China’s international image is the external forces that led China’s international climate change policy. These factors became the decision-making basis for making the Chinese climate change policy.
Key words: Climate Change; Domestic Constraints; International Forces; Emission Reduction Commitment
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