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Climate Change Mitigation Strategies for the Transportation Sector in China (2006)
Vance Wagner, Alex Whitworth, and Feng An, PhD of the Auto Project on Energy and Climate Change jointly prepared this report for the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change in July 2006.

Vance Wagner, Alex Whitworth, and Feng An, PhD of the Auto Project on Energy and Climate Change jointly prepared this report for the Stern Review on the Economics of Climate Change in July 2006. The report describes three overall strategies to mitigate climate change in China's transportation sector: (1) reduce transportation demand by improving public transportation and introducing progressive urban transportation policies; (2) reduce energy demand by improving fuel efficiency of vehicles; and (3) replace fossil-fuel based energy sources with alternative and renewable energy sources.

URL: http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/media/9/8/Final_Draft_China_Mitigation_Transport_Sector_Research.pdf

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