Research Café on Carbon Neutrality (1) Climate Policy
The 17th Research Café will be held on 17 Nov 2021 (Wed). The series theme is Carbon Neutrality, which features a wide spectrum of studies by postgraduate students at CUHK that address various aspects of carbon neutrality, or net-zero greenhouse gas emissions, for managing climate risks. Each research café has a focused topic to facilitate discussion and collaboration. The focused topic of the coming Research Café is Climate Policy. The Library is planning to organize three more Research Cafés on the following topics in 2022 - 2023:
- Climate science: From origin to impacts
- Energy transition: Renewables, fossil fuels, electricity market, geopolitics
- Carbon storage: CO2 capture, utilization and storage, ecosystem and carbon storage
We are very honored to invite Prof. Yuan XU, Associate Professor from the Department of Geography and Resource Management, to be the moderator of the event. Prof. Xu will give a short talk on Carbon Neutrality: What it Means and How to Get There? After the short talk, two Ph.D. students, Ms. Lan WU and Ms. Guanna PAN, will present their research related to this topic.
We are also very honored to invite Dr. Yvonne LOONG, Senior Lecturer, The Independent Learning Centre (ILC), to provide feedback on student presentation skills. All CUHK postgraduates and staff are welcome to join to exchange ideas!
Date: 17 Nov 2021 (Wed)
Time: 3:00 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.
Format & Venue: Hybrid Mode (Online & in-person participation)
- In-person participation venue: Digital Scholarship Lab, G/F, University Library
- Online via ZOOM
I. Short Talk
Topic: Carbon Neutrality: What it Means and How to Get There?
Speaker: Prof. Yuan XU
Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Resource Management, Faculty of Social Science
Programme Leader, Environmental Policy and Governance Programme in Institute of Environment, Energy and Sustainability
- Topic: Regulation on Access of Renewable Energy-Sourced Electricity in the Context of Transition towards a Renewable Energy-dominated Electricity System: A Case Study of China
Ms. Lan WU, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Law
- Topic: Evaluating China’s CO2 Mitigation Goals: Assessing Scope 1 and Scope 2 CO2 Emissions via Satellite Data
Ms. Guanna PAN, Ph.D. student, Department of Geography and Resource Management, Faculty of Social Science
Moderator: Prof. Yuan XU
Feedback on Presentation Skills: Dr. Yvonne LOONG, Senior Lecturer, The Independent Learning Centre