China seen backtracking on emissions target for steel producers

Published 06:07 on February 8, 2022  /  Last updated at 06:07 on February 8, 2022  /  Asia Pacific, CBAM, China  /  No Comments

China’s announcement this week that its steel sector will peak its carbon emissions by 2030, and not 2025 as previously reported, is a major setback and indicates a lack of ambition, according to observers.

China’s announcement this week that its steel sector will peak its carbon emissions by 2030, and not 2025 as previously reported, is a major setback and indicates a lack of ambition, according to observers.

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