FEEM's e-journal the "Review of Environment, Energy and Economics" is a tool for the dissemination of the work and research-based policy analysis of FEEM researchers and leading international scholars, covering the areas of environmental and energy economics and policy, and offering new insights into the challenges ahead.

HIGHLIGHTS
Challenges of the Paris Agreement
Greening the WTO
Energy: Scenarios and Challenges
Life is a Balancing Act
Energy Efficiency in Turkey
What about European Gas Markets?
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Sep
03
2015
 
Insights from China: Leadership, Policies, New World Order
by Jean Christophe Iseux von Pfetten
Economics - Book Reviews
 

In the latest volume released by FEEM Press, Professor Jean Christophe Iseux von Pfetten offers a rare and fascinating glimpse into China in terms of its leadership structure and policies, economic and social prospects as well as its world power projection, with the aim to better understand this country.

Jul
23
2015
 
Carbon Emissions Trading in China: Features and Compliance of Pilots and their Transition to a Nationwide Scheme
by ZhongXiang Zhang
Environment - Articles
 

This article examines key features and compliance of China’s pilot carbon trading schemes and lessons learned. Insights are offered into the design, implementation and compliance of China’s carbon trading pilots along with potential pathways to help them work reliably and effectively, smoothing the transition toward a national carbon trading scheme.

Apr
04
2013
 
International Green Growth Forum - the Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection
by Fang Shouen
Economics - Articles
 

In recent years green growth has become a focal point of cooperation between Italy and China, and in the year 2000 the Italian Ministry for the Environment, Land and Sea launched the Sino-Italian Cooperation Program for Environmental Protection with some Chinese institutions and universities. This article describes its achievements and future objectives.

Apr
04
2013
 
International Green Growth Forum - the Role of Financial Institutions in Promoting a Green Economy: China Development Bank
by Hu Bin
Economics - Articles
 

At a time when the world is recovering from the financial crisis and begins to explore new approaches to sustainable development, this article presents China’s sustainable development policy and discusses how financial institutions, and the China Development Bank in particular, can help promote a green economy.

Jan
31
2013
 
China’s Quest for Energy Security: Why Are the Stakes So High?
by ZhongXiang Zhang
Energy - Articles
 

China’s global quest for resources – in particular, oil and natural gas - has received unprecedented worldwide attention. But are the stakes raised unnecessarily high? In this article ZhongXiang Zhang, Distinguished Professor and Chair at Fudan University, China seeks to clarify these points.

Mar
07
2012
 
Prospects for Energy and Climate Policy in China
by Carlo Carraro and Emanuele Massetti
Environment - Articles
 

China’s impressive economic growth, fuelled by its rapid industrial expansion in recent years, has caused a growing appetite for natural resources and energy. High energy intensity of output, coupled with an even higher carbon intensity of energy, have given China a crucial role in determining the world’s future climate.  



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