Report says that China CO2 emissions fall for first time since COVID-19 rebound


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|The Forbidden City is seen from the top of Jingshan Park during a heavily polluted day in Beijing, China, Nov 29, 2015. (File photo by= REUTERS/Kim Kyung-hoon)| [Asia News = Reporter Reakkana] BEIJING: China's carbon emissions fell in the third quarter for the first time since its economic recovery from the coronavirus began, new research shows, partly as a result of a clampdown on property development and widespread coal shortages, Reuters reported. The world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases saw CO2 emissions drop by around 0.5 percent in July to September from a year earlier, Lauri Myllyvirta, lead analyst with...