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China's GHG Emissions to Peak in 2030

11:56 PM MDT | August 18, 2009 | Deepti Ramesh

A panel of experts from the National Development and Reform Commission (Beijing) and the Development Research Center of the State Council (Beijing) expects China’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to peak by 2030 if the Chinese government continues to improve energy efficiency and speed up exploration of renewable energy. With the right policies, emissions growth could slow after 2020, and peak around 2030, the panel says in a report. The panel advises the Chinese government to invest Rmb1 trillion ($147 billion) in low-carbon technology research and...

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