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"Getting It Done: The Policy Environment in the US and China"

"Getting It Done: The Policy Environment in the US and China"

Book Chapter, Fundamentals of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology, pages 36-48, Petroleum Economist

September 2007

Authors: Jeffrey Bielicki, Former Research Fellow, Energy Technology Innovation Policy research group, 2006–2009, Aleksandra Kalinowski, Former Visiting Scholar, Energy Technology Innovation Policy Research Group/Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, 2005-2008, Lifeng Zhao, Former Research Fellow, Energy Technology Innovation Policy Research Group/Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program, 2006-2008

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Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Belfer Center Studies in International Security; Energy Technology Innovation Policy; Environment and Natural Resources; Science, Technology, and Public Policy

 

The United States and China account for about 43% of global emissions. What are the barriers, incentives and policy solutions to deployment of carbon capture and storage technologies in the world's biggest two CO2-emitting countries?

 

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For Academic Citation:

Bielicki, Jeffrey, Aleksandra Kalinowski, and Lifeng Zhao. "Getting It Done: The Policy Environment in the US and China." Chap. 4 in Fundamentals of Carbon Capture and Storage Technology. Petroleum Economist, September 2007.

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