Global Briefing: China emissions on track to peak by mid 2020s

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China's highest wind farm in Yunnan Province

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China's emissions on track to peak by mid-2020s China's CO2 emissions are on track to peak by the mid-2020s, ahead of its stated target of 2030, according to the IEA. The findings, taken from the...

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