Géopolitique, Réseau, Énergie, Environnement, Nature

China’s Ecological Power: Analysis, Critiques, and Perspectives

21x29,7cm - 153 pages Issue #1, September 2021
Sept 2021

China’s Ecological Power: Analysis, Critiques, and Perspectives

Alongside the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Agreement, China has emerged as a leading country in multilateral climate arenas, announcing its goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2060 in September 2020 at the United Nations. On the national political scene, the notion of ecological civilization is central to the government's discourse on environmental protection and the fight against climate change. However, fossil fuels still dominate China's energy and electricity supply, pollution is still at worrying levels, and greenhouse gas emissions are still rising. Today, what is the reality of the ecological transition of the world's second largest country? What does it portend for its future?

China’s Ecological Power: Analysis, Critiques, and Perspectives

Scientific Director of this Issue

Stéphanie Monjon

Scientific Committee

Luiza Bialasiewicz, Pierre Charbonnier, Amy Dahan, Patrice Geffron, François Gemmene, Isabelle Kocher, Cécile Maisonneuve, Stéphanie Monjon, Magali Reghezza, Adam Tooze, Shahin Vallée, Françoise Vimeux


Léa Boudinet, Clémence Pèlegrin

Editorial Managers

Ramona Bloj, Gilles Gressani

Editorial Committee

Pierre Bégat, Éléonore Delanoë, Charlotte Gardes, Amélie Latreille, Madeleine Leroy, Lauren
Lever, Emma Loignon, Océane Mascaro, Vianney Mennecier, Elsa Perrin, Hugo Sancho

China's climate ambitions

The challenges and contradictions of China's ecological transition

An "ecological civilization" ?

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