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Opportunities for Enhanced Near-term U.S.-China Climate Action: Industrial Decarbonization
June 1 @ 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm
Registration is free, but required. Register here.
Industrial emissions are responsible for approximately 60% of China’s greenhouse gas emissions, and 30% of U.S. emissions. Taking action to reduce emissions from industrial sectors like iron & steel, cement, and the chemical industry will be critical to helping the U.S. and China meet their mid-century carbon neutrality goals. What technological innovations and policy tools are available to the U.S. and China, particularly within this current decade? Join us to hear from issue-experts on opportunities in energy and materials efficiency, electrification, and the circular economy, including sharing insights from a new report, Decarbonizing Industry in the U.S. and China.
5:00 PM Discussion is opened by Moderator, Jenn Perron, Senior Climate Policy Fellow, California-China Climate Institute
5:05 PM Reducing Industrial Emissions in the U.S. and China
- Hongyou Lu, Senior Scientific Engineering Associate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Qi Zhang, Professor in the Department of Thermal Engineering, Northeastern University of China
5:35 PM Commentary and Reactions
- Jackie Wong, Director, Industry, Hydrogen, and Innovation Group, Climate & Clean Energy Program, Natural Resources Defense Council
6:00 PM Moderated Audience Question and Answer
6:15 PM Event Closes