China contributes to more than 25% of global greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions among all countries. Hence reaching Carbon Neutrality should be a key focus.
In fact, the dragon nation has reported emitting over 14 gigatonnes of GHGs in 2019 and this is mainly due to its large population.
However, compared with the developed countries, China's per-person emissions have been substantially low.
According to China Meteorological Administration (CMA), the average temperature reached its highest in 2021. In order to win the war against climate change, experts believe that China should start cutting out emissions.
China has issued a new policy that bans companies from growing production facilities for some hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
The impact of climate change ...