Good News: China's Greenhouse Emissions Might Already Have Peaked - Mother Jones

Chinese waitresses, who serve the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, pose for photographs in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. More than 2,000 delegates from China's top legislative advisory body convened their annual meeting last Thursday.

China vowed to peak carbon emissions by 2030. It could be way ahead of schedule - Washington Post

In November 2014, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping shook hands on a historic agreement to control greenhouse gas emissions in both countries. The United States pledged to bring national emissions at least 26 percent below their 2005 ...

China CO2 emissions may have peaked in 2014: study - Reuters

Chinese flag is seen in front of the financial district of Pudong amid heavy smog in Shanghai, China, December 23, 2015. REUTERS/Aly Song. 1/2. left. right. Buidlings are seen on a polluted day in Tianjin, China, March 2, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon.

China carbon dioxide emissions may be falling, says LSE study - Financial Times

China's carbon dioxide emissions are likely to peak by 2025 — and may even have done so already — according to a new paper that suggests the country's economic slowdown and transition, combined with rapid adoption of renewable energy, mean ...