China's rich provinces outsource emissions to less developed areas

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The practice makes it far less likely that China – the world's biggest emitter – will meet its climate goals, study shows

Rich coastal provinces of China are outsourcing their greenhouse gas emissions by importing goods from less developed provinces, according to scientists. The practice makes it far less likely that China...

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