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Strategies for Decreasing the Carbon Footprint of Chinese Companies and Meeting Global Sustainability Challenges

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Published in the China Environment Series 10 (2008/2009), a publication of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, pp. 120-123, by David Hathaway of ICF International. As China becomes a dominant force on the world stage, Chinese corporations have the opportunity to adopt proactive environmental sustainability plans and lead the evolution to a more environmentally responsible business climate.


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  • David Hathaway

    Vice PresidentICF International

    David Hathaway is a public policy specialist with 14 years of experience supporting international energy, program evaluation, and environmental technology transfer work, primarily in the Asia-Pacific region. He served as ICF's resident bilateral programs project manager in Beijing, China, from 1995–2000.

    Mr. Hathaway manages several ongoing U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) programs of capacity-building assistance to Chinese organizations in market transformation related to demand side policies and programs. He focuses on commercial buildings and energy-efficient products, including regional harmonization of energy efficiency standards within the Asia-Pacific region. He also manages support to the U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) to develop a next generation energy demand forecasting model for emerging economies.

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Published: Jul 1, 2009
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Source: China Environment Series
 
 
 
 

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