The United States and China have both been working on ways to reduce carbon emissions.
In fact, the United States has already done so by buying less coal and coal-fired power plants and cutting carbon emissions from transportation and industries.
But in the last year, China has taken a more aggressive approach.
It has slashed carbon emissions by almost half from 2005 levels.
As a result, China is leading the world in its efforts to reduce CO2 emissions.
And its emissions are falling fast.
But that doesn’t mean the world is dying of its own hand.
In the last decade, China’s emissions have continued to fall.
As more people in the United Sates have access to cheap and clean electricity, China will continue to cut carbon emissions to meet its ambitious goal of keeping global temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius.
But while China’s CO2 reduction has been impressive, it’s still a fraction of the US and Europe’s total emissions.
The US and EU are leading the pack in terms of total CO2 reductions.
China’s efforts are just a fraction more aggressive.
It’s only been a few years since China first made this kind of emissions cut.
And while China has cut its CO2 emission by almost a third, it still has some way to go.
How China is doing this is largely down to a combination of technologies, a big effort by China’s government to improve efficiency and to encourage other countries to follow its lead, and the fact that China is already a large and growing economy.
The big breakthrough China has made is the implementation of a new set of energy-efficient and green technologies.
One of the big innovations is the use of solar energy to power everything from cars to buildings.
Solar panels can produce energy by converting sunlight to electricity and turning the heat into electricity.
The result is that the average home in China now uses about 60 percent less energy than it did in 2005.
Another big innovation is the development of the world’s largest coal-burning power plant, the Xianyang Nuclear Power Plant, which has produced more than 4 million tons of CO2-free electricity since it opened in 2011.
It is China’s biggest coal-burner, and it is expected to be the world first to reach the 4 million ton CO2 production level.
China is also working to make its power plants more efficient and cleaner.
China began developing a new kind of fuel called thorium fuel, which is made from uranium, and that fuel can be used to replace coal in electricity generation and to reduce the use and emissions of fossil fuels.
China also is investing heavily in renewable energy, using wind and solar power to make more electricity from wind and sun.
But China’s energy mix is still relatively small.
For example, China still burns about 40 percent of its energy from coal.
By 2030, China plans to burn more than half of its electricity from renewable sources.
And if the world continues on its current trajectory, China expects to make half of all its electricity electricity from renewables by 2050.
The United Ses is also looking to reduce its carbon emissions in a different way.
The country is taking steps to reduce pollution.
In 2016, the Chinese government announced that it was banning coal-powered cars for the first time in 20 years.
The ban is expected in 2020, and by 2030, the ban is supposed to be complete.
China has also taken aggressive action on other pollutants, such as particulate matter and nitrogen oxides.
China plans on cutting emissions by about a third from 2020 levels.
But there are many other ways to lower carbon emissions that include the use a cleaner transportation system and a more efficient manufacturing sector.
China can also help other countries meet their CO2 targets by making it easier for them to invest in clean energy and making it harder for them be punished for breaking environmental laws.
This is one reason China has been the world leader in renewable power and renewable energy investments.
China already has more than 20,000 solar plants that generate enough electricity for more than 500 million people.
And with the launch of the Xinghai Solar Power Project, which will help to power over a million homes, China can now potentially power nearly half of the entire world’s population with renewable power.
China still has a long way to take to meet their 2020 emissions goals, and China’s leaders have said that they want to do even better.
The Chinese government has been trying to build a clean energy future for the past decade, and as the years go by, China should continue to lead the world.
But if the United Kingdom and the United Nations do not take serious action on climate change, China may become a more important player.
And that is not good for the world as a whole.
This article originally appeared on National Geographic magazine.