Emissions will be reduced after China's coronaisolering

at Least 80 000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus, most of them in China. And there is now tight. Millions of people have been ordered to stay at home

Emissions will be reduced after China's coronaisolering

at Least 80 000 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus, most of them in China. And there is now tight. Millions of people have been ordered to stay at home in isolation, as a result, many industries are forced to turn at the time. In addition, the number of flights has decreased. This has been done, the carbon dioxide emissions of the country is 25 per cent lower than in the same period of the previous year, reports the New York Times.

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According to the analyst Lauri Myllyvirta, the Finnish organization, the Center for Research on Energy and Clean Air, it corresponds to China's reduction in emissions over the past three weeks, an equal amount of carbon dioxide that New York city will emit in a year, the paper said.
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But the pro-climate change may have a downside to it. According to Li Shou, seniorpolitisk manager for the asian Greenpeace, the chinese are likely to make up for the loss in the industry, as the country recovered from the corona. Then, klimatregleringar be broken up in favour of other economic objectives.

To control the outbreak and to maintain the economic growth rate will be China's top priority, said Li Shou, according to the New York Times.

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Updated Date: 27 February 2020, 18:00

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