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Indonesia could avoid $3.8 trillion in investment requirements and peak its carbon emissions three years sooner if it hits net zero emissions by 2050 instead of 2060 while prioritizing solar and wind energy.
Barclay Bram writes about the disconnect between Chinese youth's perceptions of their lives on an individual level and their continued belief in the prospects for China on a national level in his most recent paper.
This paper provides valuable insights for the pathway to an effective interaction between an emissions trading system and the power market to support power sector decarbonization, based on the case of the Korean ETS.