CCICEDChina Council for International Cooperation on Environment and Development
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According to Li, CCICED remains an important platform for exchanges on sustainable development between China and the outside world, and UNIDO has a lot to offer in this field, particularly in the area of inclusive and sustainable industrial development.
The target puts China on a path for emissions to peak around 2030, according to Knut Alfsen, head of research at the Center for International Climate and Environmental Research in Oslo, and an author on the CCICED report.
If met, the annual target of emission cuts would cut carbon emissions per unit of GDP by 85 to 90 percent by 2050, China Daily said, quoting a report from the China Council of International Cooperation on Environment and Development, or CCICED.