China Ready To Reverse Climate Change By The End Of This Year

Posted: Sep 30 2015, 4:18am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 30 2015, 10:05pm CDT, in News | Latest Science News


China Ready to Reverse Climate Change by the End of this Year
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  • China Ready to Reverse Climate Change by the End of this Year

The People’s Republic of China is ready to reverse climate change by the end of this year. To curb pollution and eradicate all pollutants is the objective before the Chinese government.

China is all set to reduce its carbon footprint. The emission of greenhouse gases is to be halted. By the end of last year, China had recovered from carbon pollution by approximately 15.5%, according to a new study by the World Resources Institute.

The incremental improvements began half a decade ago. By the end of this year, the figure could be higher. It may even hit the 17% miracle clean-up mark. 

The 12th Five Year Plan will go down smoothly thanks to the climate change reversal of sorts. However, the full data on the issue of carbon emissions has not been released to the public by the Chinese government.

Beijing has to act now if it wants a pollution-free China within the next 365 days. The Chinese premier, Xi Jinping visited America recently and both nations signed a cooperation deal regarding climate change. The Chinese government is going out of its way to prove to the Global Village that it wants to end pollution rather than spread it beyond its borders.  

The fact of the matter is that China can easily traverse the path from polluted milieu to pristine environment because its industry is shifting to services instead of manufacturing.

Currently, the fields of construction and manufacturing cars are big contributors towards overall pollution. The current slow growth in the economy may be due to the forestalling of pollution in the form of gases released from factories.

Nevertheless, the Chinese government must be given a salute for its sincere efforts to do the best it can in order to make the sky blue, the land garbage-free and the seas aquamarine.   

The basic goal before China is to build an idyllic environment within the next fifteen years and that will take effort. It’s not a piece of cake or a walk in the park. It will in fact be monumentally difficult as any huge change is.

There is also a lot of room for improvement. Constant vigilance is the price that must be paid to curb carbon emissions. The government must do all it can to go against the grain of its erstwhile policies.

Only then will a good change come about in the overall climate and atmosphere of China. The sort of future China wants is a choice that it has before things spiral out of control.  

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