China By Numbers: Country makes all-out effort to go green

China by numbers: country makes all-out effort to go green

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China is making an all-out effort to go green by increasing consumption of energy from renewable sources, cutting CO2 emissions and improving ecological and environmental conditions. The country is now a top provider of sustainable green energy powers, and a major contributor to global carbon reduction targets. But though the achievements are wide-reaching, the changes didn’t happen overnight. Here’s a quick look at China’s green development over the past 10 years.

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