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China to stop building coal-fired plants abroad - Kenyan fuel prices at decade high - Black market cigarette trade booms in Indonesia
Beijing is to end support for overseas coal-fired power projects and plans to up investment in low-carbon energy. It's big news ahead of the November climate summit, but private investors need to follow suit.
After the world's largest emitter set an ambitious 2060 carbon neutrality target in September, its 14th five-year plan is a tentative road map to achieving its climate goals.
The United States and several other nations have pledged to cut carbon emissions faster, putting pressure on other big polluters to clean up their acts.
The heat is on for the world's biggest emitters of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses to increase their climate targets. Some have upped their goals, but how far do they go?
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