Industrial and Rural Energy in China

Monday, July 23, 2007

China’s massive industrial sector is an economic juggernaut, helping to drive national gross domestic product (GDP) growth rates of around 10 per cent per year. But while the country’s highly productive factories and plants may be boosting national prosperity, their rapid expansion carries with it a serious environmental burden and costly energy inefficiencies that are increasingly becoming a barrier to China’s sustainable development, thus contributing to climate change.

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Source: U.N. Chronicle (link opens in a new window)