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China's carbon reductions are of great significance to the realization of global temperature control targets. Carbon emission intensity (CEI) represents the degree of coordination between emissions and economic development to some extent. Nevertheless, there is a paucity of research on its spatial–temporal evolution and regional differences. To fill the gap, this study exploits the Theil index to shed light on the characteristics of its spatial–temporal distribution and regional disparities indoi:10.3390/su14074052 fatcat:3hozzxpgjjec3mhydghgxdhxbm