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May 6, 2021

China's Greenhouse Gas Emissions Exceeded the Developed World for the First Time in 2019

Using our newly updated global emissions data through 2019, we estimate that in 2019, for the first time since national greenhouse gas emissions have been measured, China’s annual emissions exceeded those of all developed countries combined.
Kate Larsen, Hannah Pitt, Mikhail Grant, and Trevor Houser
Apr 15, 2021

Home Advantage: How China's Protected Market Threatens Europe's Economic Power

This paper explores the advantages Chinese firms derive from the combination of a large and protected home market in strategic sectors, and makes recommendations for European policymakers about how they can respond.
Agatha Kratz and Janka Oertel
Apr 22, 2021

China’s Chip Industry: Running Faster But Still Falling Behind

Despite China's commitment to develop a leading edge semiconductor ecosystem, the country is unlikely to wriggle free of its chip chokepoints anytime soon.
Jordan Schneider
Apr 22, 2021

Raising Climate Ambition: How a 50-52% US NDC Compares with Other Advanced Economies

On April 22, the Biden administration announced an updated US nationally-determined contribution under the Paris Agreement, establishing US greenhouse gas emission reductions over the next decade. How would a potential 50% US NDC stack up with commitments announced by other advanced economies?
Kate Larsen