China’s failure on steel regulations leads to massive excess emissions -report

Published 11:23 on December 3, 2020  /  Last updated at 23:20 on December 3, 2020  /  China, China's National ETS, China's Offset Market  /  No Comments

China's failure to implement announced capacity regulations for the steel sector will result in additional CO2 emissions of some 200 million tonnes this year, researchers said Thursday, a case likely to raise fresh concerns on CO2 reporting in the country's ETS.

China’s failure to implement announced capacity regulations for the steel sector will result in additional CO2 emissions of some 200 million tonnes this year, researchers said Thursday, a case likely to raise fresh concerns on CO2 reporting in the country’s ETS.

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