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South Korea pledges to be carbon neutral by 2050

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November 02, 2020
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The pledge was made by President Moon Jae-in – details are still undisclosed, but the country still relies on coal for about 40% of its electricity use, so decarbonizing electricity generation will be its priority. With this pledge, South Korea joins the likes of the EUChina, and Japan, which recently made similar commitments.

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