@bryanedds: Actually China have stated their intentions to reduce their predicted increase in CO2 output because they too are concerned about climate change. (i.e. they are still going to grow, but not as rapidly as they intended). Whether or not they stick to this is another story.
EDIT : see here.
"While China has moved into the role as largest CO2 emitter, eclipsing the USA, China is also committed to reducing its carbon emission intensity by 40–45 per cent by 2020 compared with 2005, and to raising the proportion of renewable energy in total primary energy consumption to 15 per cent. China has now become the world's largest investor in renewable energy, followed by the United States and Germany.
The USA, the second largest global emitter, and the country with the highest carbon equity debt from past emissions, still lacks a comprehensive policy to reduce carbon emissions."