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Johns Hopkins SAIS expert develops article on collaborating with China on climate change

Increased collaboration with China for development of low-carbon energy technologies is critical for combating climate change argues Jonas Nahm, assistant professor of Energy, Resources, and Environment at Johns Hopkins SAIS, in a co-authored article published in Science Magazine. The article titled, “China's key role in scaling low-carbon energy technologies,” explains why collaborating with China is necessary in order to meet the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement.
Professor Nahm is available for interviews and background discussions on the following topics:

  • Need for global deployment of low-carbon energy technologies
  • Acceleration of global carbon dioxide emissions
  • Intersection of manufacturing and innovation in reducing emissions

The article is co-authored by John Helveston, assistant professor at George Washington University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.
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Friday, November 15, 2019