China Aims to Reduce Carbon Emissions

In: Adam Roseman|ARC China

21 Sep 2011

Adam Roseman of ARC China recently updated the company’s newsletter, explaining that China is focusing on its goal to reduce carbon intensity in the region.

He quoted Xie Zhenhua of the National Development and Reform Commission, stating: “China will soon release detailed plans on ensuring that its goal for reducing carbon intensity from 2011 to 2015 is attainable, and it has started looking at technical options for cutting carbon dioxide emissions after 2020.”

Su Wei of the Department of Climate Change of the NDRC also said “The targets surely need to be handed over to local governments, and a specialized blueprint for cutting greenhouse-gas emissions is a necessity.”

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