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www.china-travel-tour-guide.com/about-china/climate.shtml

China's climate varies from bitter cold in winter to unbearable heat in summer. The Yangtze River serves as China's official dividing line between north and south. Given the size and varied landscape of the country, there is no one time in the year when weather is ideal in every part of China.

climateactiontracker.org/countries/china

President Xi Jinping has announced in September 2020 that China will strengthen its 2030 climate target (NDC), peak emissions before 2030 and aim to achieve carbon neutrality before 2060. China’s COVID-19 response contains elements of a green recovery, showing an improved strategic deviation from the post-2008 financial crisis, but as yet ...

www.tripsavvy.com/weather-conditions-in-northern-china-1495471

Northern China is a massive region with tremendous variations in climate and weather. Spanning areas like Inner Mongolia, Beijing, and Harbin, this region has temperatures throughout that range from sub-zero during the winter months to sweltering and humid during the summer.

chinadialogueocean.net/topics/climate

Adressing climate change, sea level rise & ocean acidification | Read in-depth features and thoughtful analysis from China Dialogue Ocean

www.newscientist.com/article/2211366-china-is-on-track-to-meet-its-climate...

China appears on track to reach its carbon goals up to nine years earlier than planned under the Paris agreement, in a potential huge boost for efforts to tackle climate change.

www.worldatlas.com/articles/what-type-of-climate-prevails-over-the-southeast...

It comprises of countries and territories that are located south of Korea, Japan, and China, north of Australia, to the east of India, and to the west of Papua New Guinea. The region is bordered by East Asia, South Asia, the Pacific Ocean, the Bay of Bengal, Indian Ocean, and Oceania. ... A tropical climate is a non-arid type of climate in ...

climatenexus.org/international/international-cooperation/chinas-climate-and...

China is showing notable domestic political leadership on climate change. Several major Chinese cities, including Beijing – that cumulatively account for an estimated 25% of China’s urban emissions – have pledged to peak their emissions before the national 2030 target, some aiming for as early as 2020.

www.geographynotes.com/climate/types/climate-types-types-of-climate...

This type of climate, most common in southern Asia and West Africa, results from the monsoon winds which change direction according to the seasons. This climate has a driest month (which nearly always occurs at or soon after the “winter” solstice for that side of the equator) with rainfall less than 60 mm, but more than (100 ” [total ...

www.travelchinaguide.com/climate/lanzhou.htm

Located inland, Lanzhou has a typical temperate, semi-arid continental monsoon climate. It is dry with plenty of sunshine. Lanzhou weather in winter is chilly with an average temperature of -7.3 C(18.9 F) while spring is ephemeral with changeable weather. In winter, a warm coat, scarf, gloves, hat, and boots are needed.

www.livescience.com/27862-china-environmental-problems.html

China's environmental problems, from air pollution in Beijing to cancer villages in the far western provinces, are as vast as the country itself.