25 unique and in-depth case studies from renewable energy experts contributed by 78 scholars and experts on sustainable economy
Prefaced by Nobel Prize Winner Mohan Munasinghe
Renewable Energy in China: Towards a Green Economy presents a complete look at China’s efforts to become a “green” nation. This three-volume series uses an overview of contemporary issues of sustainable development, as well as a set of 25 unique case studies (from leading companies and industry experts in China and the West), to highlight China’s unique “green” role. The key concepts of sustainable development, including the rising use of solar and wind power, present complex challenges for China and shape the nation’s geopolitical role. With a preface from renowned statesman Cheng Siwei and an introduction from Nobel Prize winner Mohan Munasinghe, Renewable Energy in China: Towards a Green Economy offers an authoritative review of all aspects of China’s progress as a green economy including the nation’s current efforts to promote a culture of sustainable development.
1. Prefaced by Nobel Prize Winner Mohan Munasinghe
2. 25 Unique and In-Depth Case Studies from Renewable Energy Experts
3. Contributions from 78 Scholars and Experts on Sustainable Economy
Current policies on renewable energy must also be strengthened to demonstrate China's global leadership in this area and build the energy framework for sustainable development.
--Mohan Munasinghe, Nobel Prize Winner
I hope that the publication of this book can raise awareness and provoke thought on the issue of renewable energy, and attract more people to participate in the study of theories and the application of renewable energy, and thus contribute to the development of renewable energy in China.
--Cheng Siwei, Former Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China
About the Authors
Manhong Liu, Professor and PhD adviser at the School of Finance, Renmin University of China, is a Financial Adviser to the Beijing Municipal Government, the Director at Boston China VC Research Center, and the Director of the Private Equity Research Center at the Renmin University of China. She is the author of The Concept of Venture Capital, China Venture Capital Yearbook 2002, Venture Capital and the Second Board Market, and other works.
Haifeng Huang obtained his doctorate at Humboldt University of Berlin. He is the Professor and the director of the Center for Green Economy, Peking University HSBC Business School, as well as Asian Chairman in the Ecological Development Union International, and the supervisor of the China’s Ministry of Land and Resources.
Mike Henry is Associate Dean of the School of Business, Macewan University. He received his education at the University of Ottawa, and the University of Alberta.