[Slides] REMI Modeling of Emissions Peaking in the United States and China – Zachary Schofield, May Lin & Jeffrey Dykes, REMI
[Slides] Economic Impacts of CO2 Reduction Policies in China – Lele Zou, Ph.D., Chinese Academy of Sciences
[Recording] China’s Climate Policies and their Impact on China and the U.S. Economy
Even though each country outlines its own initiatives, climate change is a global issue. Only through collaboration and communication can we effectively reduce emissions and improve the environment for all.
Please feel free to join REMI Senior Vice President Billy Leung and Associate I Zachary Schofield on Thursday, May 20th from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. (ET) for our upcoming webinar, “China’s Climate Policies and their Impact on China and the U.S. Economy,” that will feature Le-Le Zou, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Institute of Science and Development at the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Zou will be reviewing previous reports conducted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences related to carbon reduction and other mitigation policies that utilized their PIC model. These studies, which can be used as examples by other nations, aimed to tackle the balance between emission reduction and economic benefits in order to create the most effective path forward for the People’s Republic of China.
Our presenters look forward to exploring how technological advancements designed to reduce emissions can also lead to meaningful economic growth, as well as describing how the responsibility of improving the overall environment falls upon all levels of government in our country.
This webinar presentation will also include an explanation of how mitigation policies impact a majority of our industries, even ones that aren’t directly associated with energy efficiency and the environment.