"China is in the process of industrialization and there is a need for economic growth to meet the basic needs of the people and fight against poverty," said Su Wei, a member of the country's delegation at the UN Climate Change Conference in Bali.
"I just wonder whether it's fair to ask developing countries like China to take on binding targets or mandatory targets," Su said. "I think there is much room for the United States to think whether it's possible to change (its) lifestyle and consumption patterns in order to contribute to the protection of the global climate." . .. .... ... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . this comment from the china delegate to the climate conference in bali,indonesia . . . .seems to make sense . . . .partly . . . .but the problem of climate change will not go away if china is exempted from pollution controls. . . . . . MOST . . DEFINITELY . .THE . . LIFESTYLE . . . AND . . . CONSUMPTION . . . .PATTERNS . . . . MUST . . .CHANGE .

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