UG先生がAsahi Weeklyで連載されている記事の中で紹介されていたlook toがBBCに出ていました。「〜を期待する、あてにする」の意味ですね。UN Climate Talkの行方が気になります。（GP）
5 December 2011 Last updated at 20:19 GMT
UN climate talks looking to China
By Richard Black
China is emerging as the key deal-maker or deal-breaker as the UN climate talks head into ministerial discussions. China's delegates here have said they are willing in principle to take part in a future, legally binding deal provided key conditions are met. But several critical details of its position remain unclear. UK Climate Secretary Chris Huhne said there was "all to play for", and other delegates also appeared optimistic that remaining divisions could be overcome.
However, difficult negotiations lie ahead on both technical issues and points of principle. There is also concern among nations vulnerable to climate change that the pace of decarbonisation will not be fast enough to protect them against impacts such as droughts and rising sea levels. "We are beginning to see cards coming down on the table, on the first arrival of ministers," said South Africa's International Relations Minister, Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, the meeting's president. "Now countries can begin dealing with difficult political decisions."