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About us Practical matters How to find us Y. (Yuli) Shan, Dr PhD

Research interests

Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Climate Change Economics, Sustainable Development, Big Data


City-level climate change mitigation in China

Impacts of COVID-19 and fiscal stimuli on global emissions and the Paris Agreement

Temporary reduction in daily global CO2 emissions during the COVID-19 forced confinement

Sharing tableware reduces waste generation, emissions and water consumption in China's takeaway packaging waste dilemma

Impacts of poverty alleviation on national and global carbon emissions

Allocating capital-associated CO2 emissions along the full lifespan of capital investments helps diffuse emission responsibility

Burden of the global energy price crisis on households

Changes in global food consumption increase GHG emissions despite efficiency gains along global supply chains

Ecologically unequal exchanges driven by EU consumption

Emission growth and drivers in Mainland Southeast Asian countries

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Reusable tableware could resolve China’s plastic problem

Pandemic and Forthcoming Stimulus Funds Could Bring Climate Targets in Sight – or Not

Award: Green Talents

Paper: City-level climate change mitigation in China

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