This debate is mainly divided between the developing and the developed countries. China is one big developing country. Of course it is very much engaged in these international negotiations. Well, the question of how China can make a contribution to this, this is a big question and there is also a big expectation in the international community on how can we have a successful Copenhagen conference.
But China takes this issue in a very serious way. China has launched, issued the negotiation principle for Copenhagen, which can be made available on the Internet. And we can see of that principle China makes it clear that as a developing country they wish to support this process, but at the same time the other part of the world should also meet their commitment, by setting up the target of CO2 reduction that is the obligatory target for the developed world. That will be the condition for developing countries to consider whether they can set up their voluntary target.
At the same time, China, together with other developing countries, emphasize the issue of financing a technology transfer to the developing countries, which will also be key elements for the developing world. Where they can take their own domestic efforts to provide a positive contribution for the climate change issues.