Chinese CO2 to peak earlier than expected

October 2013
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Oct2013, Issue 464, p10
The article reports that China's electricity-related carbon emissions could reach its peak by 2027, according to a report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. According to the author, the revision of forecasts on Chinese carbon emissions is primarily because of pollution concerns within China that lead to controls on coal use.


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