Workers walk near a power plant in Beijing during an especially polluted day in December 2018. China is the top emitter of carbon gases, but has had some success in capping emissions, particularly since 2013. Photo: EPA-EFE
Sverre Thornes
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Macroscope by Sverre Thornes

China can become a renewable-energy superpower if it follows Norway’s path – away from coal

  • Norway’s government and private sector are moving away from coal and raising the ceiling on investment in renewables. As the world’s biggest emitter, it is essential for China to do the same

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Workers walk near a power plant in Beijing during an especially polluted day in December 2018. China is the top emitter of carbon gases, but has had some success in capping emissions, particularly since 2013. Photo: EPA-EFE
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