China Emissions Plunge

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China’s second-quarter CO2 emissions fell by a record 8% year on year, resulting in an absolute 230 million ton reduction that is the steepest in at least a decade, according to an analysis by the Centre for Research on Energy and Clean Air (CREA). The Q2 emissions plunge was driven by an ongoing real estate slump, strict Covid-19 control measures, weak power demand growth and strong advances in renewable energy, said CREA lead analyst Lauri Myllyvirta.

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