China leading in fight against climate change, argues report

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Analysis by Australian government's Climate Commission warns other countries from using Chinese emissions as an excuse for inaction

As United Nations leaders today gather in Bonn to again discuss global efforts to tackle climate change, a new report has revealed that while China remains the world's largest greenhouse gas emitter it...

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