China needs to halve carbon dioxide emissions from its coal-fired power plants by the end of the decade if it wants to achieve its carbon neutrality goal by 2060, according to a London-based climate research group.While the net zero emission goal was achievable, its execution on the ground was a matter of concern, TransitionZero said in a report published on Thursday titled “Turning the Supertanker – Powering China’s coal to clean transition with actionable analytics”.“The implementation gap…



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