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Conclusion and Recommendations: How Provide for Better Implementation of the CDM in China?

  • Xiaoyi Jiang
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Abstract

This chapter aims to explore how to provide for better implementation of the CDM in China. Section 2 discusses how to improve the implementation of CDM projects in China through exploring the possible solutions to overcoming barriers and reducing risks in implementing CDM projects. Section 3 analyses how to make full use of the CDM in China, and to cope with the limitations of the CDM on promoting sustainable development in China in the long term. Section 4 suggests what China should do to meet the challenge of climate change issues beyond 2012. Section 5 indicates further questions which may arise from the CDM development and climate change issues, suggesting further investigation.

Keywords

Carbon Emission Clean Development Mechanism Chinese Government Carbon Market Climate Change Policy 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Xiaoyi Jiang
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  1. 1.China Institute of Boundary and Ocean StudiesWuhan UniversityWuhanPeople’s Republic of China

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