With the ever-growing focus on shifting to lower-carbon sources of energy to help counter the effects of global warming, most people will be familiar with the rationale for rising renewable energy generation in the years ahead.

The status quo is incompatible with the carbon net-zero targets set by major economies, with deadlines for achieving net-zero carbon energy status typically ranging from 2050 to 2060.

What does the road ahead look like for high-carbon emitter China?

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Ian Smith

Ian Smith

Portfolio manager, Global Opportunities team

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