‘Road to Carbon Neutrality’ Now Available to watch on Chinese Streaming Apps


I’m pleased to be able to share that the new National Geographic TV documentary titled “Road to Carbon Neutrality”, is now being screened in China on TV and online streaming apps. If you’re in China, the documentary can be viewed now on apps such as Tencent, Youku, iQiyi, Mango TV, Bilibli etc. Just search for 零碳之路 to find it. International release on National Geographic coming soon. Check your local listings.

China has committed to peaking carbon emission by 2030 and reaching carbon neutrality by 2060. It is an ambitious target, but the world needs China to achieve these goals if the global community is to prevent some of the worst effects of the climate crisis. Will they be able to achieve these goals in time?

In episode 1 of this 2-part program, I travel across China to investigate and photograph the steps the country is taking to try to meet those goals. I meet scientists at the world’s highest atmospheric monitoring station on the Tibetan Plateau, photograph nomadic herders fighting desertification in Inner Mongolia, plant trees with farmers in the forests of southern Fujian province and even learn to ice-skate with Olympic athletes!

Episode 2 compliments the first episode and follows China-based conservationist and environmental legislation expert, Terry Townshend, as he goes on his own journey across the country to investigate China’s efforts in meeting the carbon neutral goals.

The episodes will be released in 43 languages throughout 170 countries on National Geographic Channel soon. Check local listings and schedules for more details.

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