Happy Lunar New Year from the USC US-China Institute!
Carolyn Cartier, University of Southern California
Cartier was a discussant for the U.S.-China Institute conference panel on “Energy and Environment.”
This video is also available on the USCI YouTube Channel.
Please click on the play button to view the presentation. The conference website has links to video from the conference and to many of the papers presented there.
Carolyn Cartier is Associate Professor and Acting Chair of the Department of Geography at the University of Southern California. She is the author of Globalizing South China (Blackwell, 2001), "Origins and Evolution of a Geographical Idea: The Macroregion in China," Modern China (vol. 28, 2002), and co-editor with Laurence J.C. Ma of The Chinese Diaspora: Place, Space, Mobility and Identity (Rowman & Littlefiled, 2003). She is currently working on an examination of the changing role of the state in China's administrative re-districting, and an unrelated project on the relationship between avant-garde arts and the political movement in Hong Kong.
Green Energy Programs in China and the U.S. | US-China Study on CO2 Storage | China’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Strategy for Clean Air and Energy Cooperation between EPA and SEPA | U.S.-China Renewable Energy Partnership | U.S.-China Energy Efficiency Action Plan | U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center | Politics and energy policy in post-Mao China | US-China Memorandum of Understanding to Enhance Cooperation on Climate Change, Energy, and the Environment | To Change the Mode of Development and Speed up the Restructuring of Energy Industry | Country Analysis Briefs: Taiwan | Country Analysis Briefs: China | U.S.-China Energy Policy: Toward Closer International Partnerships | US Treasury Secretary Paulson on Energy and the Environment | China’s Energy Conditions and Policies | Sustainable Development in Asia: Coal, Oil, and Renewable Energy in China | 11th Five Year Plan on Energy Development | Engaging Developing Countries, House Committee on Energy and Commerce hearing | Carolyn Cartier | Richard Louis Edmonds | David Zweig |
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