China environment ministry faces uphill battle in push for absolute CO2 cap, more climate action

Published 11:42 on August 14, 2019  /  Last updated at 00:07 on August 15, 2019  /  China, China's National ETS  /  No Comments

China should set an absolute cap on carbon emissions from 2025 to ensure the nation meets its Paris goals, a government think-tank said in a report published on Wednesday, though observers expect resistance from the leadership on climate issues amid larger political and economical concerns.

China should set an absolute cap on carbon emissions from 2025 to ensure the nation meets its Paris goals, a government think-tank said in a report published on Wednesday, though observers expect resistance from the leadership on climate issues amid larger political and economical concerns.

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