low carbon leadership network
December 7, 2017
The Role of Emissions Trading in China’s Low-Carbon Transition
The 27th China Low Carbon Leadership Network (LCLN) event was focussed on the role of emissions trading in China’s low-carbon transition, and was jointly organized with GIZ and the International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP). The event featured a keynote address from Mr William Acworth, ICAP, followed by a distinguished expert panel which discussed the role of ETS in China’s low-carbon transition, including Dr Felix Matthes, Öko-Institut, Dr Teng Fei, Tsinghua University, Mr Stefano De Clara, International Emissions Trading Association and Dr Frank Jotzo, Australian National University, moderated by Ms Li Lina, ICAP.
A record of the discussion can be downloaded here.
November 22, 2017
2017 China Carbon Pricing Survey
June 29, 2017
On June 29th, China Carbon Forum launched the report ‘Mapping China’s Climate Policies’ at the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Beijing.
The report can be downloaded here.
At the report launch, the lead author of the report and a panel of experts discussed China’s emerging leadership in global climate change efforts and the challenges China faces at home in implementing its own domestic climate change policies. The panel included Dr. Craig Hart, Johns Hopkins University; Dr. Li Junfeng, Director General, National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation; Mr. Anders Hove, Associate Director, Research, The Paulson Institute China Office; and, Mr. Li Shuo, Senior Global Policy Advisor, Greenpeace East Asia.