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New study shows China likely to peak in carbon emissions before 2030

by Futures Centre, Mar 28
1 minute read

A paper released by Chinese and international climate experts in the Nature Communications journal shows China stands a chance of meeting its commitments to the Paris Accord. The development of its carbon trading market, existing policies and market reform within its energy sector have allowed for China to begin to gain control over its emissions.

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