According to the National Commission on Energy Policy, China is opening a new coal-burning power plant every seven to 10 days!
Although China is most likely to disagree to mandatory reductions in the next decade, the country is promoting clean-energy projects and pursuing technologies like carbon-capture for coal plants, while reducing their overall carbon intensity in a measurable way. China is set to surpass its goal of a 20-percent reduction in carbon intensity by 2010 and is reportedly contemplating an 80 percent in carbon-intensity reduction by 2020. This would slow down emissions growth, but not reverse it.
That’s up to 80% cleaner air!
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