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Future points to carbon trading

By Lan Lan | China Daily | Updated: 2013-06-14 07:40

Future points to carbon trading

Smoke billows from a factory in Dezhou, Shandong province. To reach mandatory efficiency goals, the government had to take some extreme steps, including power cuts and limits on electricity supply in 2010. Provided to China Daily

As the world's largest energy consumer, China is stepping up its efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions by rolling out a series of experimental pilot programs, reports Lan Lan.

Future points to carbon trading

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