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Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) in China

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Summary of China’s Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Actions (NAMAs) as submitted to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change. Policies are listed with relevant metrics, reporting and compliance verification mechanisms.

Current and Recent U.S.-China Climate and Energy Cooperation Projects

U.S.-China Climate and Energy Cooperation Projects up to 2009, sorted by participating U.S. agency. Includes project title, a brief description, corresponding agencies and partner organizations, key accomplishments, and relevant contact persons.

WRI: Chinese Coal Use by Sector, 2006

Over 50 percent of all China’s coal is used in the electric power industry. This electricity powers mainly industry but also households and the service sector.

From Seligsohn, Heilmayr, Tan, and Weischer (2009) “China, the United States and the Climate Change Challenge.” WRI Policy Brief, available at: http://www.wri.org/publication/china-united-states-climate-change-challenge