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Can China really kick its coal addiction to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Ahead of this week’s summit of global leaders to discuss ways of tackling climate change, the South China Morning Post looks into how attitudes have changed among China’s leadership, the challenges faced by the world’s largest polluter and what we can expect from Thursday’s meeting.When China pledged in September to reach carbon neutrality in four decades and peak emissions before 2030, it was a watershed moment in the global fight against climate change.But seven months later, one question in…

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Ahead of this week’s summit of global leaders to discuss ways of tackling climate change, the South China Morning Post looks into how attitudes have changed among China’s leadership, the challenges faced by the world’s largest polluter and what we can expect from Thursday’s meeting.When China pledged in September to reach carbon neutrality in four decades and peak emissions before 2030, it was a watershed moment in the global fight against climate change.But seven months later, one question in…

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