This issue of China Trends focuses on the decarbonization
targets of the Chinese economy – on which
Institut Montaigne has already commented recently.
Our sources point out a malaise or at least some ambiguity
among experts and voices for China’s public
diplomacy. It is understandable: any target that President Xi has set becomes
unquestionable. But he has also, quite aptly, described the path to
reach these targets as an “uphill battle”. Therefore, commentators owe it to
themselves to point out some of the difficulties involved – without challenging
the realism of the overall targets. After all, if not before 2030, at least by
2060, many things that could ease the situation can happen – technological
innovation, restructuring of what should be an advanced economy, a radical
change in energy demand with a smaller population.

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