Chinese authorities says they have cracked down on illegal production after the rise in CFC-11 emissions. Photo: Simon Song

‘New challenges’ for China in crackdown on ozone-destroying chemicals

  • Environment Minister Li Ganjie says next phase of adhering to Montreal Protocol needs government to improve policies and strengthen supervision
  • Study found China was responsible for half of the global rise in banned CFC emissions
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Chinese authorities says they have cracked down on illegal production after the rise in CFC-11 emissions. Photo: Simon Song
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