China to send aid to South-South cooperation projects on climate change
Updated: April 12, 2023 21:47 Xinhua

BEIJING, April 12 -- China will soon send aid materials to a batch of South-South cooperation projects on tackling climate change, according to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.

China will provide Costa Rica with six electric buses to help with its low-carbon transportation development, and will send Kiribati 5,000 sets of household photovoltaic power generation system and 300 tonnes of cement for seawall construction to help solve the problems of electricity consumption and seawater erosion, the ministry announced on Tuesday.

In addition, China will send Botswana a mobile meteorological station to support the African nation in strengthening meteorological monitoring and enhancing its capacity to cope with climate change.

As a responsible major developing country, China has been proactively promoting South-South cooperation to tackle climate change, said the ministry.

So far, China has signed 45 cooperation documents on climate change with 38 developing countries, providing support to those countries in tackling climate change through various means, including cooperatively building low-carbon demonstration zones, according to the ministry.

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