Internal Competition and External Diplomacy
Chapter 7: Case study 3: carbon capture and storage
As one of the biggest producers of greenhouse gas emissions China has embraced the idea of carbon capture utilization and storage (CCUS) as a way to continue economic growth while preventing a further increase of overall emissions. The CCUS story began as part of international cooperation with the United States and the European Union. This case study follows the process of policy adoption of a CCUS strategy, from agenda-setting, through policy analysis, international cooperation projects, through research and development bureaucratic turf shifts from the Ministry of Science and Technology to the National Development and Reform Commission, to the adoption as a national strategy.
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