Predicting China's peak carbon emissions and compliance costs
Research team leader: Associate Professor Chunbo Ma
I am an Associate Professor at the UWA School of Agriculture and Environment. I was trained as an energy and ecological economist and have broad research interests in the fields of energy, environmental, resource, ecological and agricultural economics.
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