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2019-12-02 13:40:00

CHINA'S COAL: THE MAJOR

CHINA'S COAL: THE MAJOR

REUTERS - DECEMBER 2, 2019 - China is building more coal-fired power plants and approving dozens of new mines, despite assurances from the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter that it was serious about fighting climate change.

China's 2021-2030 policy plans are under close scrutiny as the United Nations climate change conference gets under way in Madrid, especially after a new UN report said the world needs to cut carbon dioxide by 7.6% a year over the decade in order to limit temperature rises.

But with the country's economic growth…

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