This chapter provides the context for the arena of Chinese domestic policy concerned with the transfer of technology and practices that aim to improve developing nations. This goal was specified in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol. Simply, there is a need for developed nations to give physical goods that can aid developing nations in the overall goal of meeting the objectives of the frameworks. China is lauded as an excellent example by the author. They are worth noting due to their domestic-level approach to igniting a vibrant technology transfer market originating from China to developing nations. The technology transfers originated from the growth experienced by China??s wind power sector. Not only have they been successful in installing vast sums of wind turbine farm, but they are manufacturing nearly every part of final product for their own systems. This specialized knowledge, vertically integrated into one system, allows for a unique position for China to be able to transfer both the physical goods, as well as the knowled