China Green Bulletin: Energy Security Clashes With Emissions Target
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As global warming accelerates and days hotter than 35 degrees Celsius become common, deadly heatwaves this summer have swept China, Europe and much of the northern hemisphere. In 2022, energy security is colliding with emission reduction plans, driving a resurgence in coal and nuclear power. Read here for why the world is burning up and here for the challenges it brings to the global energy system.
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