Research collaborations between IIASA and the People’s Republic of China (China) have been highly productive since China became a member country of IIASA in 2002 through the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).
Since 2010, research collaborations between IIASA and China have focused on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, sustainable agriculture, water resources, disaster preparedness, demography, and the transition to a sustainable energy system in China.
In 2002 China became a member of IIASA through the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), launching an era of research collaborations involving universities, government bodies, and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. More
A study in China’s Zheijiang Province shows that people in China’s rural communities are more vulnerable to both hot and cold temperature extremes than people living in urban areas. More
Options Winter 2018/19: Researchers from IIASA and China collaborated on a study to find the most cost efficient way of producing enough food and energy while taking limitations on the availability of land and water into account. More
Last edited: 19 December 2018
INFO SHEET ON IIASA ACTIVITIES WITH CHINA
Lu Y, Wang Y, Zhang W, Hubacek K, Bi F, Zuo J, Jiang H, Zhang Z, et al. (2019). Provincial air pollution responsibility and environmental tax of China based on interregional linkage indicators. Journal of Cleaner Production 235: 337-347. DOI:10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.06.293.
Zhang Y, Zhao H, Yu Y, Wang T, Zhou W, Jiang J, Chen D, & Zhu B (2019). Copper in-use stocks accounting at the sub-national level in China. Resources, Conservation and Recycling 147: 49-60. DOI:10.1016/j.resconrec.2019.04.010.
He P, Baiocchi G, Feng K, Hubacek K, & Yu Y (2019). Environmental impacts of dietary quality improvement in China. Journal of Environmental Management 240: 518-526. DOI:10.1016/j.jenvman.2019.03.106.
Li N, Chen W, Rafaj P, Kiesewetter G, Schöpp W, Wang H, Zhang H, Krey V ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0307-3515, et al. (2019). Air Quality Improvement Co-benefits of Low-Carbon Pathways toward Well Below the 2 °C Climate Target in China. Environmental Science & Technology 53 (10): 5576-5584. DOI:10.1021/acs.est.8b06948.
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