Making choices over China: EU-China co-operation on energy and climate

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Effective EU-China co-operation is critical to delivering a good deal at Copenhagen and to ensuring ongoing progress towards global decarbonisation. Europe and China are economically and politically interdependent, and have strikingly similar energy and climate change policies. As its largest investor, trade partner and provider of technology, Europe has a strong stake in China’s success.The EU and China should increase the status of energy and climate change in their bilateral relationship. This will require the progressive alignment of the EU’s and the individual member-states climate policies towards China, behind a common European strategy. The 2009 EU-China summit must deliver agreement ... continued below

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Nick Mabey November 2009.

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Effective EU-China co-operation is critical to delivering a good deal at Copenhagen and to ensuring ongoing progress towards global decarbonisation. Europe and China are economically and politically interdependent, and have strikingly similar energy and climate change policies. As its largest investor, trade partner and provider of technology, Europe has a strong stake in China’s success.The EU and China should increase the status of energy and climate change in their bilateral relationship. This will require the progressive alignment of the EU’s and the individual member-states climate policies towards China, behind a common European strategy. The 2009 EU-China summit
must deliver agreement on some key flagship co-operation projects in order to build China’s trust in the EU as an effective partner.

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Nick Mabey. Making choices over China: EU-China co-operation on energy and climate, text, November 2009; (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc501483/: accessed November 24, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .