China's emerging carbon markets: Latest developments and Australian engagement

Centre for Climate Economics and Policy

Event details


Date & time

Wednesday 20 June 2012


Molonglo Theatre, J G Crawford Building 132, Lennox Crossing, ANU


Senior visiting Chinese officials and business people and senior Australian officials


Amelia Bidgood
China is moving ahead on domestic emissions trading. Pilot carbon trading schemes are under development in seven Chinese cities and provinces. Carbon pricing could play an important role in China’s national climate change policy in the future.

Senior visiting Chinese officials and business people, as well as senior Australian officials will discuss current developments in China’s climate change policy and the preparations for emissions trading. They will also explore Australia’s collaboration in support of carbon market development.

This forum features:

> Prof Li Junfeng, Director-General, National Centre for Climate Change Strategic Research and International Cooperation (NCSC)

> Mr Wang Jing, CEO of Tianjin Climate Exchange

> Mr Robert Owen-Jones, Acting Chief Adviser, International Division, Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency (DCCEE)

The forum is hosted by the Centre for Climate Economic and Policy at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy.

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