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China’s Energy Security Policy Precedes Climate Security Concerns - A report published by Blackwell Publishing in the journal China & World Economy – for the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences – provides an overview of the energy security and environmental policy options open to the world’s fastest growing economy
China’s Energy Security Policy Precedes Climate Security Concerns

 

PRZOOM - /newswire/ - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 2007/01/15 - A report published by Blackwell Publishing in the journal China & World Economy – for the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences – provides an overview of the energy security and environmental policy options open to the world’s fastest growing economy. NYSE: JWa, JWb

   
 
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­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Energy demand in China will continue to grow as the nation steps up to power the economic growth up to 2025 – when its capital intensive industrialization approaches completion. At the same time, greenhouse gas emissions will also increase at a high rate – due to the country’s coal-dominated energy mix.

China possesses the unique combination of being a developing country, while having a high economic growth rate and a large growing population. As the economy grows and living standards increase, a resultant spike in energy consumption is inevitable – placing its energy security issues at the crux.

In lieu of the environmental impact of its energy use, China is expected to continue to work together with the international community for global climate security. Lead author Dr. Jiahua Pan, from the Research Centre for Urban and Environmental Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences said, “In this regard, China will need to consider how to convert its pattern of growth to a low carbon economy, which is, emitting less carbon while striving for a higher living standard through achieving greater economic growth.

Dr. Pan added, “As a developing country, energy security would take priority over climate security, but the twin issues of high energy security and low greenhouse gases emissions – when properly managed – can reinforce one another.”

The challenge faced as a result of energy and climate securities are not cost-free – in addition, consumer behavior and institutions can be the major constraints in inducing low-carbon alternatives. However, in light of both energy and climate security concerns, promoting low carbon development is critical for sustainable development in China and this would also contribute to global climate change mitigation.

Co-author Xuedu Lu of Tsinghua University’s Department of Environmental Science and Engineering said, “This report illustrates the need for a deeper study of the key drivers and constraints in China’s energy policy – including the interactions between the country’s future prospects of economic growth, energy demand and greenhouse gas emissions.”

This paper is published in China & World Economy (85- 97, Vol. 14, No. 6, 2006). Media wishing to receive the PDF study of the research paper or to interview the authors should contact Alina Boey, Public Relations Asia.

About China & World Economy

China & World Economy was launched in 1993 by the Institute of World Economics and Politics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). Originally self-published, the journal begins its official publishing partnership with Blackwell Publishing in 2006.

Published six times a year, this journal combines original academic research works with policy review articles – many of its authors are distinguished Chinese economists from both academic and governmental circles. As the only English language journal in China devoted to the topic of Chinese economics, readers can expect objective, analytical and up-to-date quality content. With distinguished contributors such as economists from both the government and academic circles, the journal will provide an informed and balanced window on China, and will undoubtedly become essential reading for all those interested in China’s development.

Blackwell Publishing in China

Since beginning its publishing program in China in November 2000, Blackwell Publishing has been involved in several partnerships with leading academic institutions, including the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Shanghai Institute of Biological Sciences, the Institute of Zoology, the Institute of Botany and the Chinese Society of Gastroenterology, and the Chinese Medical Association Shanghai Branch.

About Blackwell Publishing

Blackwell Publishing is the world’s leading publisher for societies, partnering with 665 academic and professional societies. Blackwell publishes over 800 journals and, to date has published more than 6,000 books, across a wide range of academic, medical, and professional subjects. The company has more than 1000 staff members in offices in the US, UK, Australia, China, Denmark, Singapore, Germany, and Japan. Blackwell’s mission as an expert publisher is to create long-term partnerships with clients to enhance learning, disseminate research, and improve the quality of professional practice. It is in the process of merging with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.'s Scientific, Technical, and Medical business. The acquisition by Wiley should be completed in early February.

 
 
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