Jackson Ewing

Jackson Ewing

Jackson Ewing is senior fellow at the Duke University Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions and an adjunct associate professor at the Duke Sanford School. He founded and led the Asia Society Policy Institute initiative "Roadmap to a Northeast Asian Carbon Market" from 2015-2018 and serves as ASPI senior adviser for sustainability.

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The View | Success of China’s climate action hinges on three turning points

Much depends on the power of the central team of environmental inspectors, whether emissions caps are introduced, and the effectiveness of China’s carbon trading system.

Much depends on the power of the central team of environmental inspectors, whether emissions caps are introduced, and the effectiveness of China’s carbon trading system.

28 Apr 2021 - 9:15AM
Eye on Asia | How China, Japan and South Korea can make their carbon neutral goals a reality – and drive change worldwide

China, Japan and South Korea can be leaders in the fight against climate change if they ensure policies align with their ambitious goals. Emissions trading systems with progressively tightening emissions caps are likely to play a central role.

China, Japan and South Korea can be leaders in the fight against climate change if they ensure policies align with their ambitious goals. Emissions trading systems with progressively tightening emissions caps are likely to play a central role.

30 Nov 2020 - 9:07AM
Opinion | As nations fight for control, South China Sea coral reefs are dying in silence

The devastation wrought by island building in the waters, mainly by China, has wide impact on an already fragile ecosystem. Cooperation on scientific research and environmental management must be encouraged to limit the damage, and as a way to build trust.

The devastation wrought by island building in the waters, mainly by China, has wide impact on an already fragile ecosystem. Cooperation on scientific research and environmental management must be encouraged to limit the damage, and as a way to build trust.

29 Dec 2018 - 9:07AM