FINANCIAL TIMES 🔒 | Last month President Xi Jinping pledged, in remarks to the UN General Assembly, that China would be carbon neutral by 2060.
That is 40 years from now. More than half a human life, on average. So does it actually matter when we see the disastrous effects of climate change all around us today?
The short answer is yes. President Xi’s declaration is a surprisingly important step forward in the global response to climate change. It has the potential to help cut heat-trapping emissions significantly — in China and around the world.
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