HCP Recent Publications

March 11, 2021

HCP Publications: The Harvard-China Project on Energy, Economy and Environment, based at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, works with colleagues across Harvard and partner institutions in China to conduct and publish research on the nexus of climate change, energy systems, economics, air pollution and health, urban planning and transportation, and policy in China, Asia more broadly, and the U.S.

Below is a list of newly-published papers, with bolded names representing Harvard-China Project affiliated contributors.

Peter ShermanShaojie Song, Xinyu Chen, and Michael B. McElroy. 2021. “Projected changes in wind power potential over China and India in high resolution climate models.” Environmental Research Letters, 16, 3Publisher's Version and Abstract

Xi Yang, Jun Pang, Fei Teng, Ruixin Gong, and Cecilia Springer. 2021. “The environmental co-benefit and economic impact of China’s low-carbon pathways: Evidence from linking bottom-up and top-down models.” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 136, February 2021, Pp. 110438. Publisher's Version and Abstract and Dowload PDF

Jinzhao Yang, Yu ZhaoJing Cao, and Chris P. Nielsen. 2021. “Co-benefits of carbon and pollution control policies on air quality and health till 2030 in China.” Environment International, 152, 2021. Publisher's Version

Meng Gao, Zirui Liu, Bo Zheng, Dongsheng Ji, Peter Sherman, Shaojie Song, Jinyuan Xin, Cheng Liu, Yuesi Wang, Qiang Zhang, Jia Xing, Jingkun Jiang, Zifa Wang, Gregory R. Carmichael, and Michael B. McElroy. 2021. “China's emission control strategies have suppressed unfavorable influences of climate on wintertime PM2.5 concentrations in Beijing since 2002.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 30, 3, Pp. 1497–1505. Publisher's Version and Abstract

Peter ShermanMeng GaoShaojie Song, Alex T. Archibald, Nathan Luke Abraham, Jean-François Lamarque, Drew Shindell, Gregory Faluvegi, and Michael B. McElroy. 2021. “Sensitivity of modeled Indian monsoon to Chinese and Indian aerosol emissions.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21, 5, Pp. 3593–3605. Publisher's Version

Shaojie Song, Tao Ma, Yuzhong Zhang, Lu Shen, Pengfei Liu, Ke Li, Shixian Zhai, Haotian Zheng, Meng Gao, Jonathan M. Moch, Fengkui Duan, Kebin He, and Michael B. McElroy. 2021. “Global modeling of heterogeneous hydroxymethanesulfonate chemistry.” Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 21, 1, Pp. 457–481. Publisher's Version

Chenghe Guan and Ann Forsyth2020. “The influence of urban form and socio-demographics on active transport: a 40 neighborhoods study in Chengdu, China.” Journal of Transport and Land UsePublisher's Version and Abstract