By Good News Network Wednesday, May 30, 2012
China's central government plans to spend $27 billion (170 billion yuan) this year to promote energy conservation, emission reductions and renewable energy, the Ministry of Finance said in a statement last week.
The ministry said China plans to promote more use of energy-saving products and low or no-emission power generation such as solar and wind.
China is the world's biggest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO2).
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