CCF has launched its latest research report, the 2015 China Carbon Pricing Survey. The report was conducted jointly by China Carbon Forum and ICF International, and was launched both in Beijing (September 8th) and in Oslo (September 11th). The report is available below in English and Chinese.
The report was authored by Mr. Dimitri de Boer (CCF), Mr. Renato Roldao (ICF), and Mr. Huw Slater (CCF). Financial support for this project was provided by The British Embassy, Beijing, The Royal Norwegian Embassy, Beijing and Energy Foundation China.
Building on the first such survey in 2013, the 2015 survey elicited expectations about the future of China’s carbon pricing from over 300 stakeholders in carbon markets in China. The results of the survey give strong confidence that carbon price levels in China will rise over time, and that carbon pricing will increasingly affect investment decisions.