China has called for incorporating nature-based solutions in climate policies and as part of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework. This webinar will present initial findings from research on nature-based solutions in China to better understand what this means in research, policy and practice.
A virtual Illich style conversation amongst United States and international academics, policymakers, experts and advocates to discuss points from the thought-provoking book, “China Goes Green: Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet."
The California-China Climate Institute and The Nature Conservancy held a discussion to hear about some of the ways that California and China may use nature-based climate solutions to meet their climate goals.
The California-China Climate Institute held a conversation on carbon market design, implementation, and regulation, and a closer look at both California and China’s systems, including vulnerabilities and opportunities for reform.