Changing Climates, Interdependencies on Energy and Climate Security for China and Europe

Abstract This project is an independent initiative of European and Chinese research institutions to facilitate further understanding of China-EU interdependence and the potential for collaboration on energy and climate security issues. The broad aims of the project are to identify the mutual interests, challenges and opportunities for China and the EU in energy security and climate security over the next 25 years; and to produce high-quality independent analysis on the priorities for future collaboration to meet both regions’ climate and energy security goals. Changing Climates is written by the project team of the Interdependencies on Energy and Climate Security for China and Europe. The analysis and findings from this report are drawn from over twenty separate studies prepared by researchers from Chatham House, CASS, ERI, E3G and IDDRI and other institutions.
Author A Chatham House Report; Bernice Lee, Antony Froggatt et al; November 2007
1 Energy and Climate, 1.3 China and International Relations in the Energy Sector