China commits to peaking GHG emissions before 2030, carbon neutrality before 2060

Published 16:54 on September 22, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:13 on September 23, 2020  /  China, China's National ETS, Climate Talks, International  /  No Comments

China will strengthen its climate policies, strive to peak its emissions before 2030, and become carbon neutral before 2060, President Xi Jinping told the UN General Assembly Tuesday in a surprise move that signals a significant step-up in climate ambition for the world's biggest emitter.

China will strengthen its climate policies, strive to peak its emissions before 2030, and become carbon neutral before 2060, President Xi Jinping told the UN General Assembly Tuesday in a surprise move that signals a significant step-up in climate ambition for the world’s biggest emitter.

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