Investigating carbon emissions in China
Can new policies curtail their growth?
To meet its new 2030 targets, China will need to take aggressive steps, including introducing a nationwide price on carbon emissions as well as preparing for the safe and efficient deployment of nuclear and renewable energy at large scale.
Valerie Karplus, assistant professor
Assistant Professor Valerie Karplus of the MIT Sloan School of Management and Professor Xiliang Zhang of Tsinghua University are using a novel model to investigate the impacts of China’s energy and climate policies on the country’s future energy use, carbon dioxide emissions, and economic activity.