• A GIS-based green supply chain model for assessing the effects of carbon price uncertainty on plastic recycling 

      Ren, Hongtao; Zhou, Wenji; Guo, Ying; Huang, Lizhen; Liu, Yongping; Ya, Yadong; Hong, Liyun; Ma, Tieju (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Recycling plastic can abate the environmental pollution as well as CO2 emissions by saving the carbon-intensive feedstock input. The uncertain carbon price places significant effects on the establishment and operation of ...
    • Decarbonization pathways and energy investment needs for developing Asia in line with ‘well below’ 2°C 

      Zhou, Wenji; McCollum, David L.; Fricko, Oliver; Fujimoria, Shinichiro; Gidden, Matthew; Guo, Fei; Hasegawa, Tomoko; Huang, Han; Huppmann, Daniel; Krey, Volker; Liu, Changyi; Parkinson, Simon; Riahi, Keywan; Rafaj, Peter; Schoepp, Wolfgang; Yang, Fang; Zhou, Yuanbing (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020)
      Exploring potential future pathways for developing Asia’s energy consumption, CO2 emissions and infrastructure investment needs is essential to understanding how the countries of this rapidly growing region may contribute ...
    • Incorporation of life cycle emissions and carbon price uncertainty into the supply chain network management of PVC production 

      Zhou, Wenji (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Emissions trading schemes have been widely implemented by many countries to enforce the “cap and trade” concept for mitigating CO2 emissions. Thus, the carbon price influences the manufacturing costs in all stages of ...
    • Provincial and sector-level material footprints in China 

      Jiang, Meng; Behrens, Paul; Wang, Tao; Tang, Zhipeng; Yu, Yadong; Chen, Dingjiang; Liu, Lin; Ren, Zijian; Zhou, Wenji; Zhu, Shengjun; He, Canfei; Tukker, Arnold; Zhu, Bing (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      High-income countries often outsource material demands to poorer countries along with the associated environmental damage. This phenomenon can also occur within (large) countries, such as China, which was responsible for ...