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Natural climate solutions for China: The last mile to carbon neutrality


doi:  10.1007/s00376-021-1031-0

  • There is no shortcut to a carbon neutral society; solutions are urgently required from both energy & industrial sectors and global ecosystems. While the former is often held accountable and emphasized in terms of its emissions reduction capability, the latter (recently termed natural climate solutions) should also be assessed for potential and limitations by the scientific community, the public, and policy makers.
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Manuscript received: 16 January 2021
Manuscript revised: 04 February 2021
Manuscript accepted: 07 February 2021
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Natural climate solutions for China: The last mile to carbon neutrality

Abstract: There is no shortcut to a carbon neutral society; solutions are urgently required from both energy & industrial sectors and global ecosystems. While the former is often held accountable and emphasized in terms of its emissions reduction capability, the latter (recently termed natural climate solutions) should also be assessed for potential and limitations by the scientific community, the public, and policy makers.

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