Gang HeResearch Associate (former)
PESD Researcher Gang He Selected as Aspen Environment Forum Scholar
Gang He joins others at the Aspen Environment Forum 2011 May 30 - June 2, 2011, in Aspen, Colorado. The Aspen Environment Forum Scholars Program provides opportunities for diverse, accomplished leaders in the field to attend the Aspen Environment Forum. Scholars are selected on the basis of their experience, achievements, and interest in energy and the environment, as well as their commitment and contributions to the field. Gang He's research focus has been on China's energy and climate policy, energy economics and energy modeling, renewable energy, and cleaner utilization of coal.
Gang He traveled to Singapore this past month to present for the Energy Studies Institute (ESI) at the National University of Singapore’s conference on "Policy Responses to Climate Change and Energy Security Post-Cancun: Implications for the Asia-Pacific Region's Energy Security". Read more »
Research by PESD researchers Richard Morse and Gang He cited in Bloomberg Newsin the news: Bloomberg News on June 21, 2010
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- » Bloomberg Article: Coal Imports into China Increased 17% in May, Driven by Rebounding Economy
PESD Working Paper #90 featured in China Dialogue's two-part article seriesin the news: China Dialogue on June 11, 2010
China Dialogue summarized PESD Working Paper #90 - Making Carbon Offsets Work in the Developing World: Lessons from the Chinese Wind Controversy by PESD Researchers Gang He and Richard Morse in their two-part article series titled "Lessons from Controversy"
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- » China Dialogue Article Part One/English
- » China Dialogue Article Part Two/English
- » China Dialogue Article Part One/Chinese
- » China Dialogue Article Part Two/Chinese
Trading Carbon Magazine features a new article by PESD researchers Richard Morse and Gang He
PESD researchers Richard Morse and Gang He investigate the lessons to be learned from the CDM's Chinese wind controversy and discuss how to improve carbon policy and carbon trading in the developing world.