Sensitive interventions to catalyse China’s net-zero transition in energy and transport

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The global energy transition could happen sooner than anticipated if sensitive intervention points are used to deliver China’s carbon neutrality policy at the city-level, researchers from the University of Oxford and The Chinese University of Hong Kong have outlined.

  • Oxford-led study identifies ways to accelerate China’s delivery of their Carbon Neutrality pledges;
  • Researchers outline ten sensitive intervention points for Beijing and Hong Kong respectively to catalyse the two cities’ energy transition;
  • Implementation would deliver significant dividend in global efforts to tackle carbon emissions, and provide a template for other major cities.

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