As part of the Sino-German Climate Change Policy Exchange Seminar organised by National Center for Climate Change Strategy and International Cooperation (NCSC), NewClimate's experts Juliette de Grandpré and Mats Marquardt gave an introduction to the European CBAM and presented CBAM's implications for China at a workshop. The second half of the workshop included a panel discussion joined by our experts, follwed by a Q&A session.

Moderator: Ma Aimin, Deputy Director-General, NCSC


  • Opening remarks:

    • Paul Recknagel, Project Director of NDC Implementation Project, GIZ
  • Introduction to the European CBAM and implications for China:
    • Juliette de Grandpré, NewClimate
    • Mats Marquardt, NewClimate
  • Overview of China National ETS and Potential Influence of CBAM on it:
    • Yu Shengmin, Director of Market Mechanisms Department, NCSC


  • Kang Yanbin, Deputy Director-General, National Energy Conservation Centre
  • Xu Yingming, Director of Green Economy and Trade Centre, Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation
  • Zhang Xiliang, Professor, Tsinghua University
  • Zhang Lixin, Deputy Director, Department 6, China Quality Certification Center (CQC)
  • Juliette de Grandpré, NewClimate
  • Mats Marquardt, NewClimate
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