Bachelor of Science (B.S.)
Science & Environmental Policy
he implementation of the Kyoto Protocol in China is crucial to emission reduction commitments as outlined in the Kyoto Protocol. This study assesses, through the use of a dynamic computable general equilibrium model, potential emission reductions, decline in economic output and population projections for China over a period of 60 years. In limiting China's emissions from current levels to 10% less from 1990 levels were found to cause an overall decline in GNP of 1%. Moreover, these declines in output can be offset through the use of Flexibility Mechanisms under the United Nations Framework Convention for Climate Change.
Hadley, Charlotte, "Costs to China of implementing the Kyoto Protocol" (1999). Capstone Projects and Master's Theses. 152.