IEKView：Four Changes in Global Supply Chains Driven by Zero Carbon Initiatives
- Net Zero – Sustainable Energy, China Industries and Technologies Outlook, Industrial Economy and Science and Technology Policy of Vital Countries, Net Zero – Smart Energy Efficiency, Energy Systems Integration and Emerging Applications
Countries around the world are increasingly taking actions and enhancing their commitment to carbon reduction, in order to achieve net-zero carbon emissions. At the Leaders’ Summit on Climate orchestrated by the U.S. in April 2021, President Biden emphasized that the next decade is critical to climate change. The U.S. intends to reduce GHG emissions to 50%-52% of the 2005 baseline by 2030. China has said its carbon emissions should peak by 2030 and then reach carbon neutrality by 2060. Japan plans to reduce its GHG emissions to 46% of its 2013 levels by 2030.
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