Wednesday, 19 April 2017
This question is answered by the newly published book: China’s Role in
Reducing Carbon Emissions - The Stabilisation of Energy Consumption and
the Deployment of Renewable Energy.
Published by Routledge
By David Toke, University of Aberdeen, UK
This book discusses the prospects for China achieving
radical reductions in carbon emissions, within the context
of the current economic and political landscape. With a
particular focus on technologies such as such as wind
power, solar power and electric vehicles, Toke examines
the way in which China is transitioning to a state of stable
energy consumption via a service-based economy and
heavy investment in non-fossil energy sources. The book
concludes that China may be set to reduce its carbon
emissions by around two-thirds by 2050.
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Hb: 978-1-138-24441-2 | £76.00
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