Climate Week: "The Long March to Reducing Carbon Emissions in China" with Dan Dudek
The Harvard Law School Environmental Law Program presents: "The Long March to Reducing Carbon Emissions in China" with Dan Dudek, Vice President, China, Environmental Defense Fund.
Commentary by Harvard Law School's Jody Freeman, Archibald Cox Professor of Law and Richard Lazarus, Howard and Katherine Aibel Professor of Law.
Dr. Dan Dudek is one of the world's leading experts in developing cap-and-trade programs to reduce pollution at the lowest possible cost. He is widely credited with developing the cap-and-trade model that led to dramatic reductions in sulfur dioxide, the leading cause of acid rain, in the United States.
Dan now leads EDF’s China office, where he designs carbon demonstration projects and develops market mechanisms to address large-scale environmental problems.
Dan focuses on market-based instruments for environmental protection, emissions cap-and-trade programs, environmental governance, and environmental commodities markets.