In this well-documented article, researchers Fergus Green and Nicholas Stern look at the connection between China’s changing economy and its commitment to reach its carbon dioxide emissions peak by 2030. The authors present an in-depth analysis of the effects of China’s new economic growth model on the country’s economy and environmental sustainability. Green and Stern surprisingly conclude that China may already have moved beyond its peak in terms of carbon emissions. getAbstract recommends this academic paper to readers interested in environmental issues and international economics.
About the Authors
Nicholas Stern is the chair of the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics & Political Science, where Fergus Green is a researcher and climate policy consultant.