China’s primary planning body, the National Development and Reform Commission, announced on its website on July 25 that the commission will add more policies in its mission to reduce carbon intensity. Such policies include a pilot on emissions for trading companies, energy-saving targets, and emissionsreduction plans, which will all be released in the third quarter of 2011. In addition, the commission is planning on developing carbon footprint labels to allow consumers to make green choices. Most of the certification for labeling, auditing, and other carbon calculations in China is based on International Organization for Standardization and Publicly Available Specification standards.