CARBON PEAK & CARBON NEUTRALITY
When China, Europe and the U.S. work together, they can solve the most complex problems and contribute to the advancement of humankind.
Climate change is more important than geopolitics.
Climate change makes clear the interconnected nature of humanity and of life itself. It demonstrates the inconsequential nature of national borders and the irrelevance of different national political systems.
It is both a challenge and opportunity for China’s economy to go carbon neutral in the following 40 years. Increasing the share of non-fossil fuels in primary energy consumption is an inherent requirement of high-quality development.
We can’t ignore that coal, oil and gas are the most reliable sources of energy for the moment and companies connected to alternative energy resources must keep upgrading to boost production levels in order to lower energy prices overall.
Beijing has accelerated projects to secure its current biodiversity, placing more emphasis on the ecosystem that improve conditions for animals and plants species, as well as their genetic resources.