Shenyang, the capital city of northeast China's Liaoning Province, had by Tuesday (Nov 9) logged an average snowfall of 51 millimeters and a maximum snow depth of 41 centimeters, the highest level recorded since 1905. pic.twitter.com/JzzpZTfwuX
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The PCR government has announced that it was improving its energy production capacity to provide warmth to local houses. Authorities added that they were increasing the country’s coal supplies despite agreeing on a new warming objective of +1.5 °C during the recent G20 summit.
Authorities of the region that was seriously hit in September’s energy crisis have been ordered to guarantee a reduction of prices and sufficient nutrition supplies ahead of winter.