Over the past few months we’ve taken a look at what China’s cleantech industry hopes to achieve in the race to reach carbon neutrality. We’ve focused on specific technologies, promising technologies, and government plans. 

Now, in the last edition of our cleantech newsletter series, we ask: where is the money coming from?

China has long been synonymous with pollution. The country’s journey from an agrarian society to an industrialized one took decades, rather than centuries. The cost of this speed is polluted waterways, smog-filled skies, and contaminated soil. 

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Chris Udemans

Christopher Udemans is TechNode's former Shanghai-based data and graphics reporter. He covered Chinese artificial intelligence, mobility, cleantech, and cybersecurity.