Carbon emissions may peak before 2025 China is under great pressure to reduce emissions jiangkejun, director of the energy system analysis and research center of the Energy Research Institute of the national development and Reform Commission, can not move up and down recently predicted that China's carbon dioxide emissions will peak before 2025, and coal and other major energy consumption will peak in 2015. He pointed out that the key to greenhouse gas emission reduction lies in the adjustment of energy structure
he made this statement at the second global energy security think tank forum hosted by the Chinese Academy of social sciences
jiangkejun introduced that according to the simulation scenario of China's comprehensive energy and environment policy evaluation model, carbon emissions will reach a peak before 2025.203 this is also affected by the vigorous development of China's automobile industry and tire industry in recent years, which began to decline in 0 and will return to the emission level in 2005 by 2050. Considering the current excessive development of heavy industry, the peak emission may come earlier. At present, China's carbon emissions account for 31% of the world's total, while the EU proposes to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95% by 2050, which means that carbon dioxide emissions in the energy system are close to zero. The goal of halving greenhouse gas emissions in the world by 2050 puts great pressure on China to achieve emission reduction
the greenhouse gas emissions from energy activities account for about 70% of the total emissions, and 85% of the carbon dioxide emissions with color demand; Therefore, greenhouse gas emission reduction is the core factor that has a significant impact on the energy system. Future energy development is constrained by greenhouse gas emission reduction. He said. The energy structure is changing. According to the model, coal consumption, which accounts for the largest energy structure, will decline year by year after 2015, and the second largest energy oil will reach its peak in 2030. In fact, this trend has emerged. In 2012, coal consumption increased by only 2.5% over the previous year, the slowest growth rate among various energy sources
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