Leading US-China Experts Discuss Tianjin and US-China Climate and Energy Issues.
The Department of Energy announced today the selection of the West Virginia University, the World Resources Institute, the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and other partners to implement the US-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC), which will focus on advancing Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS).
Deborah Seligsohn, Yue Liu, Sarah Forbes, Zhang Dongjie, and Logan West
This brief frames how carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) might be regulated within the
Chinese environmental policy context, with an emphasis on
ensuring protection of people and the environment.
This piece is adapted from a speech that was delivered on June 25th at the 5th Asia Clean Energy Forum: Meeting the Technology Transfer Challenge. The forum, hosted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Resources Institute, is the premiere knowledge sharing platform on best practices in policy, technology, and finance for clean energy in the Asian region.
The World Resources Institute (WRI) and the Energy Research Institute at Shanghai Jiao Tong University are launching a new initi
By Deborah Seligsohn and Kelly Levin on April 22, 2010
A new ChinaFAQs fact sheet explains China’s carbon intensity target.
China’s rapid transition from participant to international leader is a challenge both for China itself and for the world.
Leading U.S. experts on China will brief journalists Tuesday on Beijing’s climate policies and the actions it is taking to combat climate change both domestically and internationally.
This post originally appeared on ChinaFAQs.org.
China recently confirmed an ambitious goal t
New reports may emphasize disagreements between the U.S. and China, but the reality is much less dramatic.
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
WHAT: Please join the World Resources Institute (WRI) for a policy briefing for journalists on Wednesday that will summarize progress
Chinese officials give more details on carbon intensity targets at their first ever dedicated space at a major climate meeting.
Xiaomei Tan (WRI) and Zhao Gang (CASTED)
This working paper examines efforts made by China—the world’s largest
gross emitter of greenhouse gases—to create an enabling environment for
R&D and innovation in the field of clean technology.
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