In October 2003, a group of experts met in Beijing under the auspices of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, and National Academy of Engineering (NAE)/National Research Council (NRC) of the National Academies to continue a dialogue and eventually chart a rational course of energy use in China. This collection of papers is intended to introduce the reader to the complicated problems of urban air pollution and energy choices in China.
National Research Council and National Academy of Engineering. 2004. Urbanization, Energy, and Air Pollution in China: The Challenges Ahead: Proceedings of a Symposium. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/11192.
|Introduction--JACK J. FRITZ||1-8|
|Emerging Air Pollution Trends in China Motor Vehicle Pollution and Fuel Consumption in China--MICHAEL P. WALSH||9-28|
|Clean Air and the Electrification of Urban Transportation--LUGUANG YAN and XUHUI WEN||29-46|
|The Characteristics of Urban Air Pollution in China--XIAOYAN TANG||47-54|
|Rational Options for Clean Energy in Chinese Cities--WEITANG FAN and ZHUFENG YU||55-72|
|Programs to Control Air Pollution and Acid Rain--SARATH K. GUTTIKUNDA, TODD M. JOHNSON, FENG LIU, and JITENDRA J. SHAH||73-94|
|Energy and Environmental Impacts of Chinese Rural Vehicles--DANIEL SPERLING and ZHENHONG LIN||95-106|
|Global Impacts Atmospheric Long-Range Transport of Urban Pollutants--LEONARD LEVIN||107-124|
|Sampling and Analysis Monitoring and Assessing Particulate Matter--JUDITH C. CHOW and JOHN G. WATSON||125-138|
|Source Apportionment of Fine-Particle Pollution in Beijing--YUANHANG ZHANG, XIANLEI ZHU, LIMIN ZENG, and WEI WANG||139-154|
|Radiative Forcing by Anthropogenic Aerosols: Sources and Impacts--MICHAEL H. BERGIN||155-168|
|The Power Sector Analysis of Emissions, Exposures, and Risks of Toxic Air Emissions from U.S. Coal-Fired and Oil-Fired Power Plants--CHRIS G. WHIPPLE||169-186|
|Environmental Performance of Coal-Fired Power Plants Financed by the World Bank--JACK J. FRITZ||187-204|
|Prospects for Distributed Combined Cooling, Heating, and Power Systems in China--LIWEN FENG and YINGSHI WANG||205-216|
|Power-Sector Energy Consumption and Pollution Control in China--XUCHANG XU, CHANGHE CHEN, HAIYIN QI, DINGKAI LI, CHANGFU YOU, and GUANGMING XIANG||217-236|
|Development of Clean-Coal Technology--HONGGUANG JIN, RUIXIAN CAI, and BAOQUN WANG||237-250|
|Institutional Issues Environmental Institutions in China--HUA WANG and CHANGHUA WU||251-280|
|Public Health Ambient Air Pollution in Shanghai: A Health-Based Assessment--HAIDONG KAN, BINGHENG CHEN, and CHANGHONG CHEN||281-296|
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