This is a reading of a briefing paper from EPHI.

China's emissions are the single most important factor for the future of the climate. The country currently emits more CO2 than the EU and all other OECD countries combined. In contrast to other leading economies, China's emissions increased even during the pandemic, and are expected to continue to increase until 2030, according to the authorities' official climate policy. In this Briefing Paper, Jojje Olsson maps China's greenhouse gas emissions and the country's role in climate change, and examines the Chinese authorities' climate ambitions and action plan to achieve carbon neutrality.

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