China Sets Target of Carbon Neutrality by 2060

China, the largest producer of greenhouse gases, gave itself a target to be carbon neutral by 2060. Carbon neutrality is a strategy that aims to balance carbon dioxide emissions with carbon removal, and may be an effective mechanism to improve air quality. This would be especially significant for many Chinese citizens who live with regular, high levels of air pollution. Seven of the ten cities with the most air pollution worldwide are found in China. (Link)

City with pollution
Image source: City University of Hong Kong

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