Several big-emitting Asian nations are considering stepping up their low-ball Paris emission pledges as they discover viable alternatives to coal and a limited role for emissions trade under Article 6, according to the operational head of intergovernmental body GGGI.
(Correction to confirm that China and India are not GGGI members, Indonesian project is in forestry not waste management)
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