2:30 pm–4:45 am
University of Chicago Center in Beijing
20th Floor, Culture Plaza
59A Zhong Guan Cun Street
Haidian District, Beijing
Join the University of Chicago and the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for a special event examining recent progress in China’s War on Pollution and opportunities for further advancements. The event will feature the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago’s Chinese launch of the Air Quality Life Index (AQLI), a first-of-its-kind tool that allows policymakers to quantify the benefits of air pollution reduction measures by converting them into the most important metric that exists: improvements in life expectancy.
The event will also feature an announcement of a groundbreaking energy and environmental research partnership between the University of Chicago and the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, which will focus on identifying new, cost-effective energy and environmental policies. A panel discussion on the effects of air pollution on public health and China’s progress thus far in improving its air quality will take place during the event.
Participants will include:出席嘉宾包括：
SU Gang, Vice President, University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences;
Michael Greenstone, Milton Friedman Distinguished Service Professor in Economics, the College and the Harris School and director of the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago;
Michael Greenstone, 芝加哥大学能源政策研究所主任兼米尔顿·弗里德曼经济学教授
JIANG Kejun, Sr. Researcher, Energy Research Institute, National Development and Reform Commission;
SUN Ye-Le, Institute of Atmospheric Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Please RSVP to Kidd Huang, email@example.com
About the Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago
The Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago (EPIC) is confronting the global energy challenge by working to ensure that energy markets provide access to reliable, affordable energy, while limiting environmental and social damages. We do this using a unique interdisciplinary approach that translates robust, data-driven research into real-world impacts through strategic outreach and training for the next generation of global energy leaders. epic.uchicago.edu