by writers Xinhua Yin Xiaosheng, Zhao Yue, Zhu Han

HANGZHOU, Oct. 18 (Xinhua) - Major the countries should pay more attention to climate change, comply with the Paris Agreement and make concrete contributions to the treaty, according to the Nobel prize Daniel Kammen

. energy expert Sunday gave an exclusive interview with Xinhua at the World Summit of Young Scientists (WYSS) 2020 in the city of Wenzhou, eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang

. "Plan of China's emissions peak carbon by 2030 and become carbon neutral by 2060 are huge steps forward," he said, adding that he believes China has the capacity to achieve the goals before the deadline < p style = "MARGIN:. 0px 3px 15px"> China has fulfilled its obligations under climate change, biodiversity and other treaties related to the environment, and has achieved its 2020 targets on climate change and natural setting reserves earlier than scheduled

. Kammen praised the country's contribution to environmental issues. "China has been an important leader in the manufacture and sale of solar, wind and energy storage technologies, which helped reduce the overall price of these green energy technologies," he said. "This, in turn, made the much more globally competitive technologies."

China is an active participant in managing the global environment and will host the 15th meeting of the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity in 2021 in the southwestern city of Kunming. Meeting a new strategy of global governance will be discussed biodiversity

. Kammen said China still faces serious challenges in the conservation of biodiversity. "This has to be an area where all major economies - China, Japan, the United States and the European Union - need to move towards sustainable management of ocean resources and reconstruction of healthy marine ecosystems." Said

With the theme "converge talents world, creating a better future," the WYSS draws scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and artists from over 100 countries and international organizations. Around 70 percent of the participants are young scientists under the age of 45. End

(Wang Junlu contributed to the story)

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