The Conversation: China wrestles with insecure gas supplies but stays strong on longer-term plan for renewables

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As the world’s largest CO₂ emitter and second largest economy, China’s climate policy has faced intense scrutiny over the past decade. Despite a report from the International Renewable Energy Agency in January saying that China is set to become “the world’s renewable energy superpower”, coal is still the dominant fuel in the country’s energy mix.

Janet Xuanli Liao, Senior Lecturer in Energy & Climate Diplomacy at CEPMLP, recently wrote an article for The Conversation on China's gas supplies and longer-term plan for renewables. Read the full article here.