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China’s contribution to climate change

Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil-fuel use in China have grown dramatically in the past few decades, yet it emerges that the country's relative contribution to global climate change has remained surprisingly constant. See Letter p.357

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Spracklen, D. China’s contribution to climate change. Nature 531, 310–311 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/531310a

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