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This multi-component research initiative was led by Harvard-China Project researchers at Harvard, Tsinghua University, and Nanjing University. The program evaluated the economic and environmental costs and benefits of national policies to control air pollution and CO2 emissions in China, using a comprehensive interdisciplinary modeling framework. The results and policy conclusions of the assessment are presented in Clearer Skies Over China: Reconciling Air Quality, Climate, and Economic Goals (Nielsen and Ho 2013, MIT Press).
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