Rapid decarbonisation in China’s power sector should put the country on 1.9°C pathway, though more actions are needed for the country to help limit global warming to 1.5C, a recent report has found.
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China set for rapid decarbonisation in power sector, though more is needed to reach 1.5C -report
Rapid decarbonisation in China's power sector should put the country on 1.9°C pathway, though more actions are needed for the country to help limit global warming to 1.5C, a recent report has found.
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