The second largest economy and the world's largest emitter, China has had a notorius reputation when it comes to climate change. Many of the world's products are made in China's factories.
Its emissions mostly come from the energy sector, followed by industry, agriculture, and waste.
It pledges to lower its carbon dioxide emissions per unit of GDP by 40% to 45% by 2020.
In its current policies, China is giving emphasis on coal restriction. But analysts are predicting that China's emissions will continue to rise until 2030 since it still lacks laws addressing "non-carbon dioxide GHG emissions." – Rappler.com