Understanding China's '30·60' decarbonization goal

“30·60” is now a catchphrase in China.

The country is committed to hit peak emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. It will need to mobilize all its resources to address the responsibilities it faces as the world’s largest carbon emitter.

China's carbon emissions should start declining in 2030. And by 2060, carbon emissions should reach net zero.

The 30·60 goal is a challenge, but it’s also a motivation for the economy and a foundation for a sustainable future.

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