China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock

Climate change: China should pledge absolute carbon emissions cap until 2025, advisory body headed by vice-premier says

  • Influential policy research body chaired by Vice-Premier Han Zheng calls on China to improve carbon pricing and create a renewables-based energy system
  • As the world’s biggest producer of greenhouse gases, China’s near-term ambitions are in the spotlight ahead of COP26 global talks in Glasgow

Topic |   Climate change
China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock
China’s greenhouse gas emissions are currently the highest in the world. Photo: Shutterstock
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