China promises to keep increasing their CO2 emissions for the next 15 years, while calling the massive increase a “carbon intensity reduction”
Beijing: China, the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, has submitted a new carbon intensity reduction target to the United Nations while reaffirming its goal to curb carbon emissions by 2030, or “even earlier”.
Premier Li Keqiang made the announcement while during a visit to Paris, where the global climate conference will take place at the end of the year.
“China’s carbon dioxide emissions will peak by around 2030 and China will work hard to achieve the target at an even earlier date,” Mr Li said in a statement after meeting with French President Francois Hollande.
In other words, when they complete all their new coal plants around the year 2030, then they won’t have to build any more. China understands that western governments and press are mentally defective, and will believe anything they are told.