China Prepares Multiple Measures to Counter Heatwaves

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Amid global forecasts that 2023 could possibly be the hottest year on record, China is bracing for heatwaves, droughts and potential power shortages this summer. Last year, it was caught off guard by the hottest summer in six decades, which resulted in power rationing and impacted more than 900 million people. With that memory still fresh, Beijing has been making preparations early, pledging “multiple measures” to guarantee energy security this year.

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