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Cheng, Wing Ho Tom, Gautam Kamath, Kevin Rowe, Eleanor Wood, and Taisen Yue. 2014. Low carbon Shanghai: Avoiding carbon lock-in through sustainable urbanization. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University.
Feng, Kuishuang, Klaus Hubacek, Laixiang Suna, Zhu Liu. 2014. Consumption-based CO2 accounting of China’s megacities: The case of Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing. Ecological Indicators. DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2014.04.045.
Guan, Dabo, Xin Su, Qiang Zhang, Glen P Peters, Zhu Liu, Yu Lei, and Kebin He. 2014. The socioeconomic drivers of China’s primary PM2.5 emissions. Environmental Research Letters. 9(2):024010.
Howell, Sabrina, Henry Lee, and Adam Heal. 2014. Leapfrogging or stalling out? Electric vehicles in China. Discussion Paper, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Kennedy School.
Lee, Henry, Sabrina Howell, Scott Moore, and Alice Xia. 2014. Harvard-Tsinghua Workshop on Market Mechanisms to Achieve a Low-Carbon Future for China. Summary of a Workshop at Tsinghua University, Beijing, June 3-4, 2014. Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Liang, Sai, Zhu Liu, Douglas Crawford-Brown, Yafei Wang, and Ming Xu. 2014. Decoupling analysis and socioeconomic drivers of environmental pressure in China. Environmental Science and Technology, doi: 10.1021/es4042429.
Moore, Scott. 2014. Hydropolitics in China: The pursuit of localized preferences in a centralized system. The China Quarterly. 218:1-21.
Moore, Scott. 2014. Modernisation, authoritarianism, and the environment: The politics of China’s South–North Water Transfer Project, Environmental Politics, DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2014.943544.
Moore, Scott. 2014. Pollution Without Revolution: Why China’s environmental crisis won’t bring down the regime. Foreign Affairs, Web, July 28.
Moore, Scott. 2014. The United States of China. New York Times, March 12.
Moore, Scott. 2014. Why China Needs new institutions to cope with looming water scarcity. Scholars Strategy Network Key Findings, Scholars Strategy Network, March.
Xu, Xiaoqi, John E. Taylor, and Anna Laura Pisello. 2014. Network synergy effect: Establishing a synergy between building network and peer network energy conservation effects. Energy and Buildings. 68:312-320.
Xu, Xiaoqi, Patricia J. Culligan, John E. Taylor. 2014. Energy Saving Alignment Strategy: Achieving energy efficiency in urban buildings by matching occupant temperature preferences with a building’s indoor thermal environment, Applied Energy123: 209-219.
Zhang, Chao and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2014. A multi-regional input-output analysis of domestic virtual water trade and provincial water footprint in China. Ecological Economics. 100: 159-172, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolecon.2014.02.006.
Choi, Hyundo and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2013. The role of the complementary sector and its relationship with network formation and government policies in emerging sectors: The case of solar photovoltaics between 2001 and 2009. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2013.06.002.
Liu, Zhu, Dabo Guan, Douglas Crawford-Brown, Qiang Zhang, Kebin He, and Jianguo Liu. 2013. Energy policy: A low-carbon road map for China, Nature500: 143–145, doi:10.1038/500143a.
Moore, Scott. 2013. Calming the West's water wars. Los Angeles Times. May 3.
Moore, Scott. 2013. China needs more people power to control pollution. World Politics Review. March 20.
Moore, Scott. 2013. China's massive water problem. International Herald Tribune. March 29.
Moore, Scott. 2013. Dilemmas of Regional Governance: Sub-National Territorial Politics and River Basin Management in the USA, France, China, and India. Dissertation submitted for PhD in Politics. Oxford, UK: University of Oxford.
Moore, Scott. 2013. The people are Beijing's ally in fight for cleaner air. South China Morning Post. January 23.
Moore, Scott. 2013. The Politics of Thirst: Managing Water Resources under Scarcity in the Yellow River Basin, People’s Republic of China. Discussion Paper 2013-08, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs and Sustainability Science Program, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University.
Moore, Scott. 2013. Water resource issues, politics, and policy in China. Brookings Institution Issue Brief, Washington, DC: Brookings Institution.
Moore, Scott. 2013. What’s the most critical and under-appreciated issue in international security? World peace. Power and Policy. February 7.
Moore, Scott. Forthcoming. Hydropolitics in China: The pursuit of localized preferences in a centralized system. The China Quarterly.
The Editors [interview with Scott Moore]. 2013. Global Insider: China May move toward water-sharing agreements. World Politics Review. Feb 27.
Zhang, Chao and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2013. Life cycle water use of energy production and its environmental impacts in China, Environmental Science and Technology, 47(24):14459-14467. DOI: 10.1021/es402556x.
Zhang, Chao and Laura Diaz Anadon. Submitted. Water footprint of the energy system in China: A multi-regional input-output analysis. Environmental Science and Technology.
Zhang, Chao., M. Bruce Beck, and Jining Chen. 2013. Gauging the impact of global trade on China’s local environmental burden. Journal of Cleaner Production. 54: 270-281.
Zhi, Qiang, Jun Suc, Peng Ruc, and Laura Diaz Anadon. 2013. The evolution of China’s national energy RD&D programs: The role of scientists in science and technology decision-making. Energy Policy61: 1568–1585.
Anadon, Laura Diaz. 2012. Missions-oriented RD&D institutions in energy: A comparative analysis of China, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Research Policy41(10): 1742-1756.
Moore, Scott. 2012. Are we destined to fight over scarce water resources?International Security Network. October 16.