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China overseas coal project funding halt ‘will help the world’: Greenpeace

By AFP
22 September 2021   |   12:42 pm
China's announcement that it will stop funding coal projects overseas is important says Li Shuo, a climate policy adviser with Greenpeace China, because Beijing is saying "as one of the biggest overseas public financier, we are not going to put more money into coal."

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