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Apr 30, 2021

An Evaluation Index System for Climate-Friendly Financial Institutions

In July 2020, the CECEP Environmental Consulting Group completed this research report on how to evaluate climate-friendly financial institutions, with support from Energy Foundation China.
Apr 30, 2021

Development Mechanisms of Climate Investment and Finance in Cities

In January 2021, the CECEP Environmental Consulting Group completed this climate investment and finance research project funded by Energy Foundation China.
Mar 25, 2021

China’s Experience in Promoting and Deploying New Energy Urban Buses

In October 2020, China Academy of Transportation Sciences released this survey report supported by Energy Foundation China on how China has deployed electric buses in public transport.
Mar 16, 2021

Communication Intervention on Low Carbon Consumption

In July 2020, supported by Energy Foundation China, the Center for Environmental Education and Communications, a think tank overseen by China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection of China, released this research report on how to use communication to guide people’s low carbon consumption behavior.
Feb 7, 2021

Population Scenario Analysis for China

During 2019–2020, Energy Foundation China supported the School of Architecture, Tsinghua university to predict China’s future population and spatial distribution, key factors influencing the country’s urbanization process. Their findings were released in this report in October 2020.
Feb 7, 2021

Pathways of Building Electrification and Urban Energy Transformation

In November 2020, Shenzhen Institute of Building Research completed this report on the electrification of buildings, with support from Energy Foundation China.
Feb 7, 2021

Medium- and Long-Term Goals, Strategies, and Pathways of China’s Socio-Economic Development

In September 2020, the State Information Center of China released this report with Energy Foundation China’s support. One of the 18 sub-projects of the foundation’s flagship project on China’s long-term deep decarbonization strategy, this report uses a macroeconomic forecasting model and a dynamic computable general equilibrium model to analyze China’s socio-economic development by 2025, 2035, and 2050.
Feb 7, 2021

Reforming China’s Fiscal and Taxation Policies for Green Development: Carbon Tax, Environmental Protection Tax, and Fiscal Expenditure Policy Evaluation

In summer 2020, with support from Energy Foundation China, the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences published this research report highlighting fiscal and taxation policy changes that can help make China’s economic growth more green and low carbon.
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