The updated progress and cutting-edge issues on China’s climate change and co-benefit policy  

The ENGAGE project develops new decarbonization pathways that take feasibility considerations into account. The project was a prime supplier of information to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 6th Assessment Report. This stakeholder meeting aims to improve climate science and climate policy making in China.

This workshop is split into two sessions.

Session 1 focuses on Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and mid-century long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategy in China. Followed by presentations from ENGAGE Partners, including Updated Progress of ENGAGE Project by Bas van Ruijven, as well as presentations by the Energy Research Institute (ERI), Tsinghua University, and the National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC). Closing with an organized Q&A session and open discussion. 

Session 2 tackles mitigation pathways for industrial, energy, building and transport sectors and non-CO2 Greenhouse Gas Emissions, and Hosts presentations by the Energy Foundation China (EFC) and NCSC. This session also ends with a Q&A and open discussion.