CGTN Explains: Understanding China’s national carbon emissions trading market

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After running pilot projects in local level for over a decade, China officially launched its long-awaited national carbon emissions trading market on Friday. In terms of the volume of greenhouse gas emissions, the Chinese carbon market has replaced the EU’s as the world’s largest.

Here’s everything you need to know about China’s carbon market.

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