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Wilson School Doctoral Candidate’s Research Cited by The New York Times

Dec 14, 2015
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Woodrow Wilson School Staff

A Dec. 11 article in The New York Times, “China’s Emissions Pledges Are Undercut by Boom in Coal Projects Abroad,” cited the research of Phillip Hannam MPA ‘15, a doctoral candidate in the Woodrow Wilson School’s Program in Science, Technology and Environmental Policy (STEP). The article discusses how Chinese state enterprises continue to build coal-fired plants throughout Asia, even as that country has pledged to stop the growth of its own greenhouse gas emissions by 2030, mostly through reduction in coal usage.  

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