A wind power base in Ulanqab, in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, in August 2018. China has pledged to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in its primary energy consumption to 25 per cent by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
A wind power base in Ulanqab, in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, in August 2018. China has pledged to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in its primary energy consumption to 25 per cent by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
Mathias Lund Larsen
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Mathias Lund Larsen

How China’s green finance slowdown threatens global climate ambitions

  • Growth in China’s green financing, even for its much-touted green bonds, appears to be stalling, as environmental priorities take a back seat in a year when the economy has struggled to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic

A wind power base in Ulanqab, in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, in August 2018. China has pledged to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in its primary energy consumption to 25 per cent by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
A wind power base in Ulanqab, in China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, in August 2018. China has pledged to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in its primary energy consumption to 25 per cent by 2030. Photo: Xinhua
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