Wang also stressed the importance of nature-based solutions in addressing climate change.
China promotes harmonious coexistence between man and nature." We should respect nature, follow its ways, and protect it," said Wang.
The country has also incorporated sustainable use of natural resources into its policy framework and actions to address climate change.
The country has put forward more than 150 initiatives covering multiple fields including forestry, agriculture, ocean, water resources, and whole ecosystem, in order to realize the mitigation potential of natural systems to reduce 10 to 12 billion tons of carbon dioxide per year.
Over 30 case studies on areas like forest carbon sinks, biodiversity conservation, and desertification control have been compiled, to better implement the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
"China's active response to climate change remains unchanged, its willingness to deepen climate cooperation with other countries remains unchanged, and China's efforts to advance the multilateral process of climate change remain unchanged," stressed the Chinese foreign minister.