Live: China releases white paper on responding to climate change

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The State Council Information Office (SCIO) holds a press conference to issue the “White Paper on Responding to Climate Change: China’s Policies and Actions.” SCIO spokesperson and the vice minister of Ecology and Environment brief the media on the document.

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