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Paper Title :
Is the Climate Change a Chinese Hoax or a Real Risk? – A Critical Review

Author :Dr. Anand Sagar

Article Citation :Dr. Anand Sagar , (2017 ) " Is the Climate Change a Chinese Hoax or a Real Risk? – A Critical Review " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 140-146, Volume-3,Issue-1

Abstract : Despite overwhelming scientific evidence that the world’s climate is changing, the president-elect of the United States, Donald J. Trump, has long been on the side of the deniers saying that the climate change was a hoax that China had devised to secure an unfair trade advantage, presumably because the Obama administration was seeking to curb coal consumption in the United States. But the fact remains that starting from the 1980s, the administrations of Mr. Trump’s Republican predecessors supported climate change negotiations under a United Nations panel. That was apparently an important moment in China’s realization of the onset of climate change. Mr. Liu said that President Xi Jinping brought up the issue in his call with Mr. Trump in November, 2016, saying that China would continue its struggle to curb climate change “whatever the circumstances.” Under President Obama, the United States government persuaded China to announce important pledges in the fight against climate change. In 2014, Mr. Xi stood next to Mr. Obama in Beijing and said that China would ensure that its greenhouse gas emissions peaked by 2030 and that 20 percent of its energy would come from non-fossil fuel sources by that year. Mr. Obama pledged to greatly reduce coal use by 2025. Keywords - Climate Change, Hoax, Real Threat, Greenhouse Gases, Emission, Environment, Temperature,

Type : Research paper


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