Scholars and officials from China and the United States met in Chicago University on Tuesday and discussed climate change issues at the U.S.-China Forum: Spotlight on Climate Change.
Fu Ying, chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the 12th Chinese National People’s Congress, said as a developing country, China upheld that international cooperation on climate change should abide by the principle of common but differentiated responsibilities and implement the consensus already reached.
In her speech, Fu also introduced the facts that China has made unremitting efforts to cope with climate change in recent years.
At the ond-day forum, scholars from the United States and China discussed such issues as environment and human health, climate change and social security, and how the two countries can work together to build lasting relationship to address climate change.
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