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In Depth: China’s Carbon-Reduction Plans Turn Up the Heat on Steel Capital

2021年04月01日 20:37 来源于 财新网
Tangshan’s steel mills have been ordered to make strict cuts this year as China prepares to roll out a national plan to tame the emissions-heavy industry
In 2020, the city of Tangshan, North China’s Hebei province, produced 144 million tons of crude steel, accounting for 13.5% of the country’s total output. Photo: VCG

Two days after the curtain fell on this year’s annual meetings of China’s legislature and its top political advisory body, the country’s top environmental official traveled through a blanket of smog that marred much of the event to the city of Tangshan about 150 kilometers away. Huang Runqiu, head of China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment, was a man on a mission, namely, to inspect the situation in a city on Beijing’s doorstep thought to be a major culprit behind the smog wave.

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