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China releases action plan on carbon emission peak by '30


China's State Council has released an action plan on how to realize carbon emission peak by 2030 to public on October 26, listing out the key tasks such as further reducing energy intensity in per unit of gross domestic product (GDP), increasing the proportion of non-fossil energy in consumption, and promoting clean energy and recycling in the country's heavy industries including steelmaking and non-ferrous metals smelting.
Among the key targets, by 2025, the country's non-fossil energy consumption will reach 20%, energy consumption in per unit GDP will be reduced by 13.5% from 2020, and carbon dioxide emission per unit GDP will be decreased by 18% from 2020, according to the incomplete copy of the action plan


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