希尼爾翻譯公司（www.eacrwc.tw）2015年11月30日了解到：President Xi Jinping is
expected on Monday to galvanize global actions in reaching a historic,
balanced and fair agreement on managing global carbon emissions after
2020 in Paris.
Xi, accompanied by his wife Peng Liyuan and other senior
officials, arrived in the French capital on Sunday as guest of French
President Francois Hollande and Laurent Fabius, France’s foreign
minister and chair of the 21st session of the Conference of the Parties
(COP21) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
Xi is to address world leaders on Monday at the long-awaited
United Nations Conference on Climate Change in Paris.
He is expected to defend the interests of developing economies on
climate change by urging rich countries to transfer technology and
It will be the first time for China’s top leader to be present at
the UN climate change conference. A total of 147 global leaders are
attending the conference just two weeks after a series of terrorist
attacks left scores dead and hundreds injured in the French capital.
Xi and first lady Peng Liyuan arrived in Paris on Sunday before
leaving for visits to Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Observers say he may entrust his negotiating team with more
flexibility to maximize global efforts to limit temperature rises to
below two degrees Celsius until the end of this century. They say this
scenario will occur only if advanced economies commit more at the
negotiating table. China has already announced an ambitious plan to
boost its energy intensity while saying that its carbon emissions will
peak around 2030.
Niels B. Christiansen, president and CEO of Danfoss, a global
producer of products and services, said China has been "quite proactive"
in building a low carbon economy with the launch of a "green revolution"
under Xi’s leadership.
We believe China will take a more active role at the upcoming
conference as its importance in the global economy continues to grow,
"Without political leadership, it will not be possible to make
the necessary progress on limiting emissions," Hilton said.
“如果沒有政府領導的幫助，減排問題不可能取得實質性進展，” Hilton 說道。
Dale Jamieson, a professor of environmental studies at New York
University, said Xi’s attendance in Paris along with the other leaders
is very important as he has indicated that he wants China to be part of
the solution to climate change.