China accelerates climate action but raises doubts over the true amount of its GHG emissions
by Dr. Ralph Westermann, Martin Dilger and Fu Yinyin
With the decisive UNFCCC COP 21 Climate Conference in Paris immediately ahead, the end of the second compliance year for China’s pilot emissions trading schemes (ETS) behind, and newly revealed details about China’s upcoming national ETS, this is the right time to strike a balance of China’s climate protection activities and attempt a cautious outlook for China’s carbon markets.
This article has been published by the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy in Issue 4, November/December 2015, of the Carbon Mechanisms Review, pp. 21-27. To obtain the full text (English only), please click on the download link below.
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|Publication Date||November 27, 2015|
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