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On Friday 5th November in Beijing, heavy pollution shuttered roads and school playgrounds as China pushes up coal production and faces scrutiny over its environmental record at crucial global climate negotiations.
The World leaders had gathered in Scotland this week for COP26 submit, the submit was to talk about the last chances to stop catastrophic climate catastrophe. Due to increased environmental protection, China’s government have reduced catastrophic smog outbreaks in recent years.
China, is currently the world’s greatest producer of climate-changing greenhouse gases, who draws about 60% of it’s energy from burning coal, China has increased coal output after supply networks were strained by rigorous emissions targets and record coal prices.
On Friday, a dense smog covered parts of northern China, reducing visibility to less than 200 metres (yards). Beijing authorities blamed smog on highways to Shanghai, Tianjin, and Harbin. The highway was closed Friday owing to poor visibility on the roads, with the city officials saying the smog could clear by Saturday.
Beijing has vowed to peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and reduce them to zero by 2060.