Climate change: China should pledge absolute carbon emissions cap until 2025, advisory body headed by vice-premier says

China needs to impose an absolute cap on carbon emissions during the 2021-2025 period to help meet its climate goals, an influential government advisory body said in a new report.China currently has no set cap on greenhouse gas emissions, now the highest in the world at more than 10 billion tonnes a year, but it aims to bring them to a peak before 2030 before becoming fully carbon-neutral by 2060.The China Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development (CCICED), a policy…


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