CARBON EMISSIONS

CARBON EMISSIONS

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  1. China US

    Commentary: For China and the US, race to net-zero emissions doesn’t have to be cut-throat competition

    Climate action has become yet another front in the competition between the world's two largest economies, say observers.
  2. Cities like Shanghai are frequently shrouded in smog from China's pollution-belching factories

    Commentary: Besides talking about responsibility, global collective climate action should also be a focus

    In the climate debate, calculating which economies should bear bigger responsibilities is an impossible task. Focusing on how countries can reduce ...
  3. FILE PHOTO: Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives for a meeting in Beijing

    Commentary: China’s move on climate action signals arrival as a ‘hybrid superpower’

    China’s ambitious pledge to be carbon-neutral before 2060 shines an uncomfortable spotlight on Europe and the US, says Kevin Tu.
  4. FILE PHOTO: Solar panels are seen at a solar power facility as snow covered Mount Fuji is backgroun

    Commentary: Pay attention to the fine print of Japan’s carbon neutrality pledge

    Japan will have to tackle many constraints to reach carbon neutrality by 2050, says an observer.
  5. China is phasing out some subsidies, which is expected to drive a rush to complete wind and solar

    Commentary: China will bet big on clean energy to achieve carbon neutrality

    Its greenhouse gas emissions are more than the US and EU combined, but China has big ambitions for carbon neutrality, says Dr Cornelia Tremann.