China is willing to discuss setting goals for reducing emissions at the G-8 summit next week in Japan, AP reported. "On medium- and long-term goals, China is open. We are ready to discuss all issues related to climate change," said Su Wei, director general of the climate change group at the National Development and Reform Commission, China’s top economic planning body. But Su reiterated China’s view that the main responsibility for tackling climate change still rests with the world’s developed nations. Leaders from the G-8 nations will meet in Hokkaido on July 7-9. Chinese president Hu Jintao will attend the conference.