Policies for an Ecological Civilization: China, Carbon, and Economic Reform
Cecilia is a PhD candidate at ERG. Her dissertation uses economic modeling and social science to critically analyze several of China’s flagship energy and climate policies. She is a research affiliate at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s China Energy Group, where she works on industrial energy efficiency. Previously, Cecilia worked in Washington, DC on international climate, energy, and development policy at Climate Advisers. She is on the Cal Wushu team, where she studies her other passion, kung fu.
- Low carbon growth in China: The role of emissions trading in a transitioning economy
- Emissions trading systems and social equity: A CGE assessment for China
- Mimi-PAGE, an open-source implementation of the PAGE09 integrated assessment model
- California’s Cement Industry: Failing the Climate Challenge
- Assessing Energy Intensity and Retrofit Opportunities for the Aluminum Industry: Lessons from Vietnam
- ‘Eco’ for whom? Envisioning eco-urbanism in the Sino-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City, China