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China’s post-pandemic economic stimulus spending on green projects shows there is room for improvement: Greenpeace

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Only a small percentage of China’s post-Covid-19 economic stimulus went to projects related to green and sustainable development, while huge investments were poured into carbon-heavy traditional infrastructure sectors, an analysis by Greenpeace found.The study, published by Greenpeace East Asia on Monday, tracked how different Chinese provinces directed the relief stimulus packages in the past year based on publicly available government work reports and media coverage.The environmental group…

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Only a small percentage of China’s post-Covid-19 economic stimulus went to projects related to green and sustainable development, while huge investments were poured into carbon-heavy traditional infrastructure sectors, an analysis by Greenpeace found.The study, published by Greenpeace East Asia on Monday, tracked how different Chinese provinces directed the relief stimulus packages in the past year based on publicly available government work reports and media coverage.The environmental group…

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