China Green Bulletin: Carbon Market Expansion Delayed
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Since the start of Russia’s war on Ukraine, volatility in the global gas market has left many Chinese industrial users scrambling for alternative sources of fuel. Many have fallen back on reliable coal. Ironically, some say this could slow the country’s progress toward reaching its “dual carbon” goals. Read more here about how the war in Ukraine is rattling China’s energy transition.
Caixin Insight, the research arm of Caixin Global, is a strategic advisory helping clients assess policy risk and macroeconomics in China.
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