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Jun 27, 2017

A Clear Opportunity: U.S.-China Collaboration on Clean Air

China’s emergence as a global economic Powerhouse has been remarkable. However this economic success was not achieved without environmental consequences. China is now one of the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters and the country is facing severe air pollution challenges.
Oct 20, 2015

Low Carbon Cities in China: National Policies and City Action Factsheets

China has also initiated 42 low carbon pilots, including 6 provinces and 36 cities, which represent various geographic locations, resource endowments, economic growth patterns, industrial mixes, and energy-use behaviors. These pilots have developed and implemented many policies, programs, and measures to achieve low carbon development paths at the provincial and municipal levels in the long term. Factsheets in this document are based on analyzing actions in 10 cities out of the 42 low carbon pilots.
Mar 3, 2015

10 Key Principles for Local Air Quality Management

As China’s government moves to more assertively reduce air pollution, Energy Foundation China and its partners Clean Air Alliance of China, ClimateWorks, and the Regulatory Assistance Project have compiled a list of 10 key principles for sound air quality management. These principles are offered to China’s local governments to assist them in meeting their increasingly demanding air quality improvement targets. They can also help reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) – an environmental issue that China is also now taking stronger actions on. These principles help reduce air pollution and GHGs at the same time, bringing synergy and cost-effectiveness to air quality and climate policy.
Oct 11, 2014

Can Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Achieve Their PM2.5 Targets by 2017?

In this study, we combined Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei regional emission inventories and Community MultiScale Air Quality (CMAQ) modeling to evaluate the air quality improvement effect in the region.
Sep 22, 2014

Analysis on the Carbon Emission Reduction Co-benefit of Coal Cap Policy in China's Air Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan

This study shows that coal consumption control can significantly contribute to both air pollution control and Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) reduction. The CO2 reduction co-benefits brought by such policy may vary via implementing different coal use substitution plans. This study suggests that local governments should consider maximizing the CO2 reduction co-benefits when designing coal consumption reduction and substitution plans.
Sep 22, 2014

Analysis of carbon reduction co-benefit of coal cap policy

This study shows that coal consumption control can significantly contribute to both air pollution control and Greenhouse Gases (GHGs) reduction.
Jul 10, 2014

The External Environmental Cost of Coal

In order to calculate the environmental costs of developing and utilizing coal and also to searchfor policies to deal with them, the China Academy for Environmental Planning (CAEP), funded by Energy Foundation China(EFC), has carried out this study.
Apr 1, 2013

Summary Report of China Black Carbon Studies and Control Policies

This report delivers a summary of scientific studies and control measures and policies on black carbon in China based on the third “International Workshop on Black Carbon: Impacts and Control Strategies”.
Mar 30, 2012

Emissions Trading as an Air Quality Management Tool

Emissions trading is an established practice in air quality management programs around the world. China has been evaluating emission trading schemes since the 1980s and is now planning major expansion in geographical scope and depth.
Apr 27, 2011

Understanding and Improving the Environmental Data System in China

China’s environmental data system has been steadily improved in the past three decades. The Chinese government has taken a step by step approach to es...
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