News + Media: Regional Analysis

News Release • China Energy & Climate Project
MIT News | Jun 20, 2016
News Release • China Energy & Climate Project
May 19, 2016

While China is currently moving ahead with a national carbon market covering large emitters, an ongoing question remains whether and how the country might also directly restrict the use of coal to tackle the triple threat of air pollution, climate change and energy insecurity. One option under discussion involves imposing limits on the use of coal or on all fossil fuels at the national or regional levels. A new study by researchers at the MIT Joint Program on the Policy of Global Change, Tsinghua University, and ETH Zurich examines this option in detail.

News Release
May 17, 2016

How much will your cost of living rise if a price is put on carbon? According to a new study in The Energy Journal, the answer may depend on where you live—and how policymakers define who’s ultimately responsible for human-made carbon emissions.

News Release • China Energy & Climate Project
May 10, 2016
News Release
Apr 27, 2016

Aerosol emissions would slow warming but suppress rainfall

In The News • China Energy & Climate Project
Poets and Quants | Apr 15, 2016
In The News
MIT News | Mar 30, 2016
Commentary • China Energy & Climate Project
ChinaFAQs | Mar 22, 2016