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Feature: Online forum features U.S.-China cooperation on climate change

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- "Good morning, China!" "Good evening, America!"

For the third time this year, the same warm greetings kicked off an online forum held by the Oregon China Council (OCC) on Tuesday evening.

More than 80 officials, technicians, experts and entrepreneurs from China's Fujian Province and Tianjin Municipality, and the U.S. state of Oregon, in more than a dozen venues, participated in the Climate Change &Sustainability in Oregon &China Forum.


"We have jointly held the Oregon Agricultural Products Online Promotion Meeting and Online Education Seminar this year to build a cooperation platform for enterprises, institutions, and schools to deepen the friendship between us. Today's forum is another concrete action to implement the consensus of the leaders of the two countries, to expand the common interests of both sides, and to enlarge the pie of cooperation," said Wang Xu, vice mayor of Tianjin.

Guo Ningning, vice governor of Fujian Province, expressed her wish to continue to work together actively with Oregon to expand practical cooperation in climate change and other fields.

"We may carry out joint development of low-carbon technologies, strengthen investment and cooperation in green industries, jointly cultivate the carbon sink capacity of the ecosystem, and deepen the mutual exchange of national parks," she proposed.

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