Climate Development Map
  • Mid-1970s
  • Late -1980s
  • Mid-1990s
  • Late-1990s
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  • Early -2010s
  • Atmosphere

  • Land Surface

  • Sea water and sea ice

  • Aerosol

  • Carbon Cycle

  • Dynamic Vegetation

  • Atmospheric Chemistry

  • Land Ice




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The Hazards of the Energy Revolution on Climate Change

Over the past 200 years, industrial civilization has generated significant environmental, climate, and sustainability problems. Advances in modern non-fossil energy sources are driving humanity from an industrial civilization towards an ecological civilization, ushering in a new era of the energy revolution. The first stage of the global energy structure transformation was dominated by coal, with coal accounting for 70% of global primary energy in 1913. However, after several decades, the world transitioned to the second stage, dominated by oil and gas, and is now shifting from oil and gas dominance to the third stage, which emphasizes non-fossil energy sources.

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Why does climate change have such a big impact on China? In what aspects is it mainly reflected?

China is a sensitive and significantly affected region by global climate change, with temperatures rising noticeably higher than the global average since the 1950s. Climate change has had a widespread impact on China's natural ecosystems and human society. The frequency of extreme weather and climate events in China, including extreme heatwaves, floods, urban flooding, typhoons, and droughts, has been increasing, leading to rising economic losses.

  • 200

    Over the past 200 years

  • 330

    Carbon dioxide emissions About 33 billion tons

  • 800,000

    Reaching the highest levels in the past 800,000 years.





What impact will climate warming have on China’s economy?

The direct economic losses caused by extreme weather and climate disasters in China have increased from an average of 120.8 billion yuan per year before 2000 to an average of 290.8 billion yuan per year after 2000, a 1.4-fold increase.

  • 120.8 billion

    Before 2000

  • 290.8 billion

    After 2000

  • 1.4

    Fold increase





What did China do to sign the Paris Agreement?

China is the only country globally to establish green finance reform and innovation pilot zones. By the end of 2020, the balance of green loans in the nine regions and provinces designated as green finance reform and innovation pilot zones reached 236.83 billion yuan, accounting for 15.1% of the total loan balance, and the balance of green bonds amounted to 135.05 billion yuan. Green finance has become a key driver of economic green development.

  • 236.83 billion

    Green finance reform and innovation pilot zones reached

  • 135.05 billion

    Green bonds amounted





What will be done in the future?

Signing of the Paris Agreement, China declared its national goals of achieving peak carbon emissions by 2030 and striving for carbon neutrality by 2060 to the world. This is not only a proactive response to climate change but also a national strategy based on scientific evidence.

  • 2030

    China declared its national goals of achieving peak carbon emissions

  • 2060

    Striving for carbon neutrality



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Control Fossil Fuel Use

Change the Energy Structure

Increase the Use of Nuclear Energy and Renewable Energy

Achieve 20C

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