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China carbon pledge boosts UN climate talks

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On 30th June in Paris, Premier Li Keqiang announced China's formal pledge to cap its carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by 2030. Globally, the announcement is a major milestone in climate negotiations – propelling total UN pledges to-date to more than 50% of global carbon emissions. But are China's targets achievable? Wood Mackenzie looks at China's targets and how they compare to our H1 2015 base case outlook.

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