By 2020, Chinese Coal Plants More Efficient Than in US

May 16, 2017

A woman wearing a mask in dense smog in Harbin, China.

A new report indicates that China’s efforts to tackle coal are comprehensive and ambitious.  Because intense air pollution in major cities has impacted public health and the willingness of highly skilled workers to live there, the government has had strong incentives to take action on coal emissions.   The study belies the myth that China and other developing countries have no motivation to limit pollution or green house gas emissions while the US and developed countries make all the effort.   Read more about the report HERE.