A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua
A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua
Sophie Zinser
Opinion

Opinion

Sophie Zinser

How China can turn its carbon-neutral pledge into reality – and benefit its economy

  • China must not only embed its bold commitment into its five-year plan, but also more aggressively green its belt and road investments
  • Getting other nations on board with a carbon-neutral plan could boost China’s international revenue in the form of clean energy exports

A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua
A rider passes by a wind power station in Rudong county in east China’s Jiangsu province in June 2018. The county has built 18 wind power stations containing around 800 wind turbines. Photo: Xinhua
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