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In the latest issue of Global Environmental Change, professor James K. Boyce joins Chinese researchers to analyze how air quality co-benefits could be incorporated into the design of the cap-and-trade system being introduced in Beijing and nearby regions

Reducing use of fossil fuels can not only helps to protect future generations from the threat of climate change but also to protect the present generation from the health costs of dirty air. In the latest issue of Global Environmental Change, professor James K. Boyce joins with Chinese researchers to analyze how air quality co-benefits could be incorporated into the design of the cap-and-trade system being introduced in Beijing and nearby regions.  Read more…..