Carbon emissions in China are lower than during Covid pandemic after successive lockdowns

Carbon dioxide emissions in China have sunk lower than those measured during the Covid-19 pandemic after continued lockdowns across the country, potentially signaling a major recession.

Eurasian nations have seen carbon emissions fall close to those of March 2020 which preceded the last recession, according to climate data company Kayrros which uses satellites to track greenhouse gases.

China’s emissions are lower than they were throughout 2021, when the majority of the world was in the grips…

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