Chinese Global Leadership on Energy and Climate Change
In anticipation of the December 2012 United Nations summit in Copenhagen on climate change, experts from the United States, Australia, and… read more
In anticipation of the December 2012 United Nations summit in Copenhagen on climate change, experts from the United States, Australia, and China talked about U.S.-Chinese cooperation on clean energy and climate change, and developments in China’s international economic policy.
Panelists assessed the Chinese-U.S. relationship following President Obama’s visit earlier in the month, and the climate change conference in Copenhagen. Following their discussion, they responded to questions from audience members.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao announced on the day of this forum that China was willing to work with other nations to bring about a “fair, reasonable and realizable” outcome at the conference. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Elliot Diringer Vice President Pew Center on Global Climate Change->International Strategies
- Charles K. Ebinger Director Brookings Institution->Energy Security and Climate Initiative
- Barbara Finamore Program Director Natural Resources Defense Council
- Ross Garnaut Professor Australian National University
- Ted Ticcone Senior Fellow Brookings Institution
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