SDG 13: Climate Action

China's new carbon market aims to  substantially reduce its emissions. Here's how

China expects its new carbon market to generate half its emissions reductions by 2060. Image: Freeman Zhou / Unsplash

Daniel Yang

Graduate student, Public Policy Program, Stanford University

Lawrence Goulder

Shuzo Nishihara Professor of Environmental and Resource Economics, Stanford University and Director, Stanford Environmental and Energy Policy Analysis Center

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A timeline of key policies covering carbon emissions in China
A timeline of key policies covering carbon emissions in China Image: IEA

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