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Climate Change Mitigation Strategies for the Transportation Sector in China (2006)
Prepared for the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change July, 2006 by the Auto Project on Energy and Climate Change - Vance Wagner, Alex Whitworth, and Feng An.

This report presents a brief summary of key Chinese transportation policies, statistics, historical trends, and projections for the purpose of facilitating dialogue on climate change mitigation strategies for the transportation sector in China. This report is divided into three sections. In the first section, background data on the current state of transportation and transportation energy use in China is presented. The second section focuses on the current state of Chinese on-road transportation, which forms the largest component of energy consumption in the transportation sector and is the greatest source of concern for rising greenhouse gas emissions. The third and final section of the report introduces key climate change mitigation strategies for the transportation sector in China. This section is divided up into general transportation demand management strategies, strategies to improve fuel efficiency, and strategies to replace fossil-fuel-based transportation energy sources with alternative and renewable fuels


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