SEI Senior Research Fellow Karl Hallding presents “Is a Green Economy Possible? The Growth Dilemma of China” at the Sida-hosted Development Talks on 17 September 2012.
The Development Talks Green Economy meeting was held with international top scientists and practitioners from WRI, UNEP, UNDP, IIED, SEI, EfD, World Bank and many more to discuss Inclusive Green Growth, next steps and implications for Global Development and Development Cooperation after the Rio Summit 2012.
Credit: Sida Length: 19:16 Source : Stockholm Environment Institute
Publication of China’s carbon emission trading: an overview of current development, by SEI’s Guoyi Han, Marie Olsson and Karl Hallding, and David Lunsford, founder of the Hong Kong-based consultancy Energy Environment Solutions. The key question raised in the report is: can carbon trading succeed without a mature free-market economy ?
Karl Hallding, member of the scientific committee of UrbaChina, heads Stockholm Environment Institute’s China Cluster and has extensive experience from international co-operation with China on environment and sustainable development since the mid 1980s.
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