China’s bid to host a ‘carbon-neutral’ Olympics derided as a ‘sleight-of-hand’

China is pursuing a “carbon-neutral” Olympics for February in what appears to be the latest attempt to signal interest in combating climate change alongside the international community.

According to IEEE, the nation also intends to power all of its 26 venues with renewables. State media also reportedly claims that more than 85% of public transport vehicles at the Olympics will be powered by alternative energy like hydrogen fuel cells.

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