China's energy development strategy under the low-carbon economy
Zhenqing Sun and
Energy, 2010, vol. 35, issue 11, 4257-4264
The long-term goal of 50% mitigation of the green house gas till 2050 was determined by the participants of G8 summit in July 2008. As long as this goal was set, the emission from China economy and energy industry development has to be reduced significantly. In order to cope with the climate change and to promote China's economic growth and the energy security, low-carbon economy should be adopted. Clean energy, including the new energy and the renewable energy, should be developed and deployed; related laws, statutes, the management institutions and mechanisms should be established; and public awareness of energy saving and green house gas (GHG) mitigation has to be enhanced.
Keywords: Energy strategy; Carbon dioxide; Low-carbon development; China (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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