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Education Background

Ph.D., School of Environment, Tsinghua University(2010)
BA, Renmin University of China(2005)

Work Experience

Professor, Department of Earth System Science, Tsinghua University
Tenure-track Associate Professor, Department of Earth System Science, Tsinghua University
Post-doctoral associate, School of Environment, Tsinghua University (2012)

National Young Talent Program (2019)

Tsinghua University "Academic Newcomer Award" (2017)

"Scopus Search for Future Science Stars" Newcomer Award in Climate Change Science (2010)

Academic adjuncts/services

Member of the WHO Technical Advisory Committee on Global Air Pollution and Population Health (80 people worldwide, only 4 in China)

Advisory member of the Global Lancet Countdown (17 people worldwide, only one in China), Deputy Head of Working Group IV

Director of the Lancet Countdown Asia Centre

Standing member of the Ecological and Environmental Systems Engineering Committee of the Chinese Society of Systems Engineering

Member of the Scientific Committee on Thermal Factors of the Global Council on Occupational Health (30 members worldwide, the only one from mainland China)

Associate Editor, Frontiers in Public Health

Editorial Board Member of Environmental Research Letters (57 people worldwide, only 5 in China), Guest Editor

Deputy Secretary General, Energy and Environment Management Branch, Chinese Society of Management Science and Engineering

Lead Author Co-ordinator, Chapter 13, Volume 3 - Climate Change and Sustainable Development, China's Climate and Ecosystem Evolution 2021 report

Lead Author, Special Report on Technologies to Address Climate Change, Fifth National Assessment Report on Climate Chang

Member of the Professional Committee on Energy Systems Engineering of the China Energy Research Society

Member of the Expert Group of the Chinese Government's Climate Negotiations Delegation, and Coordinator of the G77+China Technical Issues

[85] Zhao Liu, Wenjia Cai*, CanWang , et al., Projections of heat-related excess mortality in China due to climate change, population and aging, FRONTIERS OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, 2023,17(11)

[84] Shuhan Lou, Yuqi Bai, Wenjia Cai , Mengzhen Zhao, et al., Projections of mortality risk attributable to short-term exposure to landscape fire smoke in China, 2021–2100: a health impact assessment study, The Lancet Planetary Health, 2023,7(10), E841-E849.

[83] Jin Li, Wenjia Cai, CanWang , et al., A Facility-Level Phaseout Strategy for China’s Blast Furnaces to Address Multiple Policy Objectives, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, 2023,57(29), e:10501-10511.

[82] Wenjia Cai*, Rui Wang, Shihui Zhang. Efficient food systems for greater sustainability, NATURE FOOD, 2023,4(7), e:541-542.

[81] Wei Ma, Wenjia Cai, Liu Zhao, et al., Humidity may amplify the temperature-related health risks in the context of climate change, BMJ Global Health, 2023.

[80] Rui Wang, Wenjia Cai*, Shihui Zhang, Yaoyu Nie, et al., A high spatial resolution dataset of China’s biomass resource potential, SCIENTIFIC DATA, 2023,10(1).

[79] Cheng He, Wenjia Cai, Peng Gong,Yong Luo, et al., Projections of excess deaths related to cold spells under climate and population change scenarios: A nationwide time series modeling study, ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL,2023,178,e:108034.

[78] Chaoji Cao, Wenjia Cai,, Can Wang, et al., Estimating the value of a statistical life in China: A contingent valuation study in six representative cities, Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment, 2023.

[77] Kangxin An, Can Wang, Wenjia Cai. Low-carbon technology diffusion and economic growth of China: an evolutionary general equilibrium framework, STRUCTURAL CHANGE AND ECONOMIC DYNAMICS, 2023,65, e:253-263.

[76] Li C, …, Wenjia Cai, Peng Gong, Yong Luo. Projecting future risk of dengue related to hydrometerological conditions in mainland China. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2023, 7: e397-406.

[75] M Romanello, Wenjia Cai, A Costello,GG Stratchan,et al., No climate change justice in lieu of global authorship equity–Authors' reply, LANCET, 2023,401:e1074-1075.

[74] KR van Daalen, M Romanello, G Gordon-Strachan, SMH Peña,Wenjia Cai, et al., Challenges in tracking climate, health, and justice over time and large geographical areas, LANCET PUBLIC HEALTH, 2023,8,(4).

[73] Chen H, …, Wenjia Cai, Peng Gong, Yong Luo,et al., Projections of heatwave-attributable mortality under climate change and future population scenarios in China. The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific, 2022, 28: 100582.

[72] Yuchen Wang, Chutian Zhang, …, Wenjia Cai, Peng Gong, Yong Luo, et al., Spatiotemporal trends of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome (HFRS) in China under climate variation. PNAS, 2023

[71] Jianxiang Shen, Can Wang, Wenjia Cai *, et al., Incorporating Health Cobenefits into Province-Driven Climate Policy: A Case of Banning New Internal Combustion Engine Vehicle Sales in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 2023, 57(3): 1214-24.

[70] Jianxiang Shen, Wenjia Cai*, Shaohui Zhang, et al., Synergies of carbon neutrality, air pollution control, and health improvement — a case study of China energy interconnection scenario, Global Energy Interconnection, 2022, 5(5): 531-42.

[69] Rui Wang, Wenjia Cai*, Shihui Zhang, et al.,. Alternative Pathway to Phase Down Coal Power and Achieve Negative Emission in China, Environmental Science & Technology, 2022, 56(22), 16082-16093.

[68] Mingyu Lei, Qun Ding, Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang. The exploration of joint carbon mitigation actions between demand-and supply-side for specific household consumption behaviors—A case study in China. Applied Energy, 2022, 324(10).

[67] Mingyu Lei, Wenjia Cai*, Wenling Liu, Can Wang. The heterogeneity in energy consumption patterns and home appliance purchasing preferences across urban households in China. Energy, 2022, 253(8).

[66] Mengzhen Zhao, Marina Romanllo, Wenjia Cai*, et al.,. Labour productivity and economic impacts of carbon mitigation: a modelling study and benefit–cost analysis. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2022, 6(12): e941-e948.

[65] Cai Wenjia, Zhang Chi, Zhang Shihui, et al.,. The 2022 China report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: leveraging climate actions for healthy ageing.The Lancet. Public health.7(12):e1073-e1090.DOI10.1016/S2468-2667(22)00224-9

[64] Zhang Shihui, An Kangxin, Cai Wenjia*, et al.,. Incorporating health co-benefits into technology pathways to achieve China's 2060 carbon neutrality goal: a modelling study. The Lancet Planetary Health. 5(11)E808-E817.

[63] Wenjia Cai, Chi Zhang, Shihui Zhang, et al., The 2021 China report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: seizing the window of opportunity.The Lancet Public Health, 2021,6,(12)E932-E947

[62] Cao Jing,Dai Hancheng, Cai Wenjia, et al.,. (2021). The general equilibrium impacts of carbon tax policy in China: A multi-model comparison. Energy Economics. 99. 105284.

[61] An Kangxin, Zhang Shihui, Cai Wenjia, et al.,. (2021). Socioeconomic impacts of household participation in emission trading scheme: A Computable General Equilibrium-based case study. Applied Energy. 288. 116647.

[60] Yin Hao, Brauer Michael, Cai Wenjia,et al., (2021). Population ageing and deaths attributable to ambient PM2·5 pollution: a global analysis of economic cost. The Lancet Planetary Health. 5. e356-e367.

[59] Liu Xiaoxuan, Yu Le, Cai Wenjia, et al.,. (2021). The land footprint of the global food trade: Perspectives from a case study of soybeans. Land Use Policy. 105764.

[58] Nie Yaoyu, Li Jin, Cai Wenjia, et al.,. A fine-resolution estimation of the biomass resource potential across China from 2020 to 2100. Resources, Conservation and Recycling. 176.

[57] Romanello Marina, McGushin Alice, …Cai Wenjia …et al.,(2021). The 2021 report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: code red for a healthy future. The Lancet. 398.(10311),1619-1662

[56] Li Haoran, Cai Wenjia*, et al. Catchment-level water stress risk of coal power transition in China under 2℃/1.5℃ targets[J]. Applied Energy, 2021, 294: 116986.

[55] Wenjia Cai*, Christa Clapp*, Indrani Das*, et al., Reflections on weather and climate research. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, 2021, 2, 9-14.

[54] Chujie Bu, Xueqin Cui, Ruiyao Li, Jin Li, Yaxin Zhang, Can Wang, Wenjia Cai*. Achieving net-zero emissions in China’s passenger transport sector through regionally tailored mitigation strategies. Applied Energy, 2020, 116265.

[53] Nick Watts*, Markus Amann, Nigel Arnell, ...Wenjia Cai..., Anthony Costello, et al., The 2020 report of The Lancet Countdown on health and climate change: responding to converging crises. The Lancet, 2021, 397(10269), 129-170.

[52] Wenjia Cai, Chi Zhang, Hoi Ping Suen, et al., The 2020 China report of the Lancet Countdown on health and climate change. The Lancet Public Health, 2021, 6(1), e64-e81.

[51] Wang, R., Chang, S., Wenjia Cai* et al.. Retrofitting coal-fired power plants with biomass co-firing and carbon capture and storage for net zero carbon emissions: A plant-by-plant assessment framework. GCB Bioenergy, 2021, 13(1), 143-160.

[50] Jin Li, Wenjia Cai, Haoran Li, et al., Incorporating Health Cobenefits in Decision-Making for the Decommissioning of Coal-Fired Power Plants in China. Environmental Science & Technology, 2020, 54(21), 13935-13943.


[48] Xuecao Li, Peng Gong,Wenjia Cai, et al., Mapping global urban boundaries from the global artificial impervious area (GAIA) data. Environmental Research Letters, 2020

[47] Yanan Su, Liangliang Cheng, Wenjia Cai, et al. Evaluating the effectiveness of labor protection policy on occupational injuries caused by extreme heat in a large subtropical city of China. Environmental Research, 2020, 186, 109532.

[46] Zhang Yaxin, Zheng Xinzhu, Cai Wenjia, et al.. Key drivers of the rebound trend of China’s CO2 emissions. Environmental Research Letters, 2020, 15, 104049.

[45] Yidan Chen, Fang Guo, Jiachen Wang, Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang, Kaicun Wang. Provincial and gridded population projection for China under shared socioeconomic pathways from 2010 to 2100. Scientific Data, 2020, 7, 83.

[44] Can Wang*, Dabo Guan, Wenjia Cai (2019). Grand challenges cannot be treated in isolation. One Earth, 1(1), 24-26.

[43] Chaoji Cao, Xueqin Cui, Wenjia Cai*, et al (2019). Incorporating health co-benefits into regional carbon emission reduction policy making: a case study of China's power sector. Applied Energy, 253, 113498.

[42] Chaoqing Yu, Xiao Huang, Han Chen, …, Wenjia Cai,… James Taylor (2019). Managing nitrogen to restore water quality in China, 567, 516-520.

[41]Wenjia Cai*, Jinxuan Hui, Can Wang*, Yixuan Zheng, Xin Zhang, Qiang Zhang, Peng Gong(2018). The Lancet Countdown on PM2.5 pollution-related health impacts of China's projected carbon dioxide mitigation in the electric power generation sector under the Paris Agreement: a modeling study. The Lancet Planetary Health, 2, e151-161.

[40] Jun Yang, José G Siri, Justin V Remais, Qu Cheng, Han Zhang, Karen K Y Chan, Zhe Sun, Yuanyuan Zhao, Na Cong, Xueyan Li, Wei Zhang, Yuqi Bai, Jun Bi,Wenjia Cai, Emily Y Y Chan, Wanqing Chen, Weicheng Fan, Hua Fu, et al. (2018). Healthy Cities: unlocking the power of cities for a healthy China, The Lancet,

[39] Watts N*, Amann M, Ayeb-Karlsson S, Belesova, K, Bouley T, Boykoff M, Byass P,Cai W, et al.(2018). The 2017 Report of The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change From 25 years of inaction to a global transformation for public health. The Lancet. 391(10120), 581-630.

[38] Shiyuan Liu, Can Wang, Lei Shi,Wenjia Cai, Lixiao Zhang (2018). Water conservation implications for decarbonizing non-electric energy supply: A hybrid life-cycle analysis. Journal of Environmental Management. 219, 208-217.

[37] Huadong Chen, Can Wang,Wenjia Cai, Jianhui Wang (2018). Simulating the impact of investment preference on low-carbon transition in power sector. Applied Energy, 217, 440-455.

[36] Shangwei Liu, Xin Tian*,Wenjia Cai, Weiqiang Chen, Yafei Wang (2018). How the transitions in iron and steel and construction industries impact China's CO2 emissions: Comprehensive analysis from an inter-sector linked perspective. Applied Energy, 211:64-75.

[35] Yaqian Mu,Wenjia Cai*, Samuel Evans, Can Wang, David Roland-Holst (2018). Employment impacts of renewable energy policies in China-a decomposition analysis based on a CGE modeling framework. Applied Energy,210, 256-267

[34] Qun Ding,Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang, Mukul Sanwal, 2017. The relationships between household consumption activities and energy consumption in china—An input-output analysis from the lifestyle perspective. Applied Energy (in press).

[33] Jingxuan Hui,Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang*, Minhua Ye. 2017. Analyzing the penetration barriers of clean generation technologies in China’s power sector using a multi-region optimization model. Applied Energy, 185, 1809-1820.

[32] Can Wang, Xinzhu Zheng,Wenjia Cai*, Xue Gao 2017. Unexpected Water Impacts of Energy-saving Measures in the Iron and Steel Sector: Tradeoffs or Synergies? Applied Energy 205, 1119-1127

[31] Noppol Arunrat, Can Wang*, Nathsud Pumijumnong, Sukanya Sereenonchai,Wenjia Cai, 2017. Farmers' intention and decision to adapt to climate change: A case study in the Yom and Nan basins, Phichit province of Thailand. Journal of Cleaner Production, 143:672-685.

[30] N. Watts*, M. Amann, S. Ayeb-Karlsson, K. Belesova, T. Bouley, M. Boykoff, P. Byass, Wenjia Cai, et al. 2017. The 2017 Report of The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change From 25 years of inaction to a global transformation for public health. Lancet (in press).

[29] Yaqian Mu, Samuel Evans, Can Wang*,Wenjia Cai. 2017. How will sectoral coverage affect the efficiency of an emissions trading system? A CGE-based case study of China. Applied Energy (in press).

[28] Mu, Y., Wang, C.*, &Cai, W. (2017). The economic impact of China's INDC: Distinguishing the roles of the renewable energy quota and the carbon market. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 81, 2955-2966

[27] Liyang Wan,Wenjia Cai, Yongkai Jiang, Can Wang*, 2016. Impacts on quality-induced water scarcity: drivers of nitrogen-related water pollution transfer under globalization from 1995 to 2009. Environmental Research Letters, 11(7): 074017.

[26]Wan, Liyang, Can Wang, andWenjia Cai, 2016. "Impacts on water consumption of power sector in major emitting economies under INDC and longer term mitigation scenarios: An input-output based hybrid approach." Applied Energy, 184: 26-39.

[25]Xinzhu Zheng, Can Wang,Wenjia Cai, Matti Kummuc, Olli Varisc, 2016. "The vulnerability of thermoelectric power generation to water scarcity in China: Current status and future scenarios for power planning and climate change." Applied Energy, 171: 444-455.

[24]Liyang Wan,Wenjia Cai, Yongkai Jiang and Can Wang, 2016. "Impacts on quality-induced water scarcity: drivers of nitrogen-related water pollution transfer under globalization from 1995 to 2009." Environmental Research Letters, 11: 074017.

[23]Jingxuan Hui,Wenjia Cai,Can Wang, Minhua Ye., 2016. Analyzing the penetration barriers of clean generation technologies in china’s power sector using a multi-region optimization model. Applied Energy, 185(2): 1809–1820

[22]Wenjia Cai, Liyang Wan, Yongkai Jiang, Can Wang*, Lishen Lin, 2015. The Short-lived Buildings in China: Impacts on water, energy and carbon emissions. Environmental Science & Technology. 49(24): 13921-13928.

[21]Shuai Gao, Can Wang*, Wenling Liu,Wenjia Cai, Zhongxiang Zhang, 2015. Corporate Preferences for Domestic Policy Instruments under a Sectoral Market Mechanism: A Case Study of Shanxi Province in China. Journal of Cleaner Production, 108, 613-624.

[20]Yongkai Jiang,Wenjia Cai, Pengfei Du, Wenqing Pan, Can Wang. Virtual water in interprovincial trade with implications for China's water policy[J]. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2015, 87: 655-665.

[19]Nick Watts*, W Neil Adger, Paolo Agnolucci, Jason Blackstock, Peter Byass,Wenjia Cai,et al., 2015. Health and Climate Change: Policy Responses to Protect Public Health. Lancet. 386(10006): 1861-1914.

[18]Xi Xie,Wenjia Cai*, Yongkai Jiang, Weihua Zeng, 2015. Carbon Footprints and Embodied Carbon Flows Analysis for China’s Eight Regions: A New Perspective for Mitigation Solutions. Sustainability, 7(8), 10098-10114.

[17]Wenjia Cai,Yaqian Mu, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2014. Distributional employment impacts of renewable and new energy – The case of China. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 39: 1155-1163.

[16]Yongkai Jiang,Wenjia Cai*,Liyang Wan, Can Wang, 2014. An Index Decomposition Analysis of China's Interregional Embodied Carbon Flows. Journal of Cleaner Production. 88, 289-296.

[15]Can Wang*, Minhua Ye,Wenjia Cai, Jining Chen, 2014. The Value of a Clear, Long-term Climate Policy Agenda: A Case Study of China's Power Sector Using a Multi-Region Optimization Model. Applied Energy, 125, 276-288.

[14]Yuan Yang,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2014. Industrial CO2 Intensity, Indigenous Innovation and R&D Spillovers in China’s Provinces. Applied Energy, 131, 117-127.

[13]Can Wang, Jie Lin, Wenjia Cai*, Hua Liao, 2014. China's Carbon Mitigation Strategies: Enough? Energy Policy. 73, 47-56.

[12]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Zhugang Jin, Jining Chen, 2013. Quantifying Baseline Emission Factors of Air Pollutants in China's Regional Power Grids. Environmental Science & Technology , 47: 3590-3597.

[11]Minhua Ye,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2013. A Multi-period Multi-region Optimization Model of China’s Power Sector Considering Synergetic CO2 and Air Pollutants Control. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 18: 397-403

[10]Can Wang, Jie Lin,Wenjia Cai, Zhongxiang Zhang*, 2013. Policies and Practices of Low Carbon City Development in China. Energy & Environment, 24(7&8): 1347-1372.

[9]Can Wang*, Weishi Zhang,Wenjia Cai, Xi Xie, 2013. Employment Impacts of CDM Projects in China's Power Sector. Energy Policy, 59: 481-491.

[8]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, Siqiang Wang, 2012. Sectoral Crediting Mechanism: How Far China Has to Go. Energy Policy, 48: 770-778.

[7]Yuan Yang*,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang, Siqiang Wang, 2012. Regional Allocation of CO2 Intensity Reduction Targets Based on Cluster Analysis. Advances in Climate Change Research, 3(4): 220-228.

[6]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2011. Green Economy and Green Jobs: Myth or Reality? The Case of China’s Power Generation Sector. Energy, 36: 5994-6003.

[5]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2010. Revisiting CO2 Mitigation Potential and Costs in China’s Electricity Sector. Energy Policy, 38: 4209-4213.

[4]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Wenling Liu, et al., 2009. Sectoral Analysis for International Technology Development and Transfer: Cases of Power Generation, Cement and Aluminium in China. Energy Policy, 2009, 37: 2283-2291.

[3]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, et al., 2008. Comparison of CO2 Emission Scenarios and Mitigation Opportunities in China’s Five Sectors in 2020. Energy Policy, 36(3): 1181-1194.

[2]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Ke Wang, Ying Zhang, Jining Chen, 2007. Scenario Analysis on CO2 Emission Reduction in China’s Electricity sector. Energy Policy, 35: 6445-6456.

[1]Can Wang*,Wenjia Cai, Xuedu Lu, Jining Chen, 2007. CO2 Mitigation Scenarios in China’s Road Transport Sector. Energy Conversion and Management, 48: 2110-2118.

Peer-reviewed journal papers (in Chinese)

[8]Can Wang, Zhugang Jin, Wenjia Cai. Game theory model of climate negotiation based on Utility Theory [J]. Journal of Tsinghua University(Science and Technology), 2015(9):1017-1022. (in Chinese)

[7]Minxiao Guo, Wenjia Cai. Current status and related policies of global carbon capture, utilization and sequestration technologies [J]. Chinese Energy, 2013, 35(3):39-42. (in Chinese)

[6]Zhugang Jin, Wenjia Cai, Can Wang. Simulation of Sino US climate negotiation strategy based on game model [J]. Advances in Climate Change Research, 2013, 9(5). (in Chinese)

[5]Minxiao Guo, Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang, Jining Chen, 2012. Quantifying CO2 emissions of One Wind Farm Using Life Cycle Assessment and Uncertainty Analysis. China Environmental Science, 32(4): 742-747. (in Chinese)

[4]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2010. A review and analysis of advances in sectoral approaches. Advances in Climate Change Research, 6(1): 47-52. (in Chinese)

[3]Can Wang, Wenjia Cai, Shuyi Li, et al. Sectoral Approach and International Technology Development and Transfer. Beijing: Economic Science Press, 2009. (in Chinese)

[2]Can Wang, Wenjia Cai. “Sectoral Approach and the Negotiation Progress”, in: Annual Report on Climate Change Actions (2009). Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2009:165-181. (in Chinese)

[1]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2007. CO2 emission and mitigation opportunities in China’s road transport sector. Journal of Tsinghua University (Science & Technology), 47(12): 2142-2145. (in Chinese)

Conference papers

[12] Qun Ding,Wenjia Cai*, Can Wang. 2017. Impact of Household Consumption Activities on Energy Consumption in China—Evidence from the Lifestyle Perspective and Input-output Analysis. Energy Procedia, 105, 3384-3390.

[11] Yaqian Mu, Can Wang*,Wenjia Cai. 2017. Using Sectoral Approach as Complement to the INDC Framework: An Analysis Based on the CGE Model. Energy Procedia, 105, 3433-3439.

[10] Shihui Zhang, Can Wang*,Wenjia Cai. 2017. How Shale Gas will Shape China's Future? an Evaluation Based on Dynamic Energy-CGE Model. Energy Procedia, 105, 3349-3354.

[9]Jingxuan Hui,Wenjia Cai, Minhua Ye, Can Wang*, 2015. Clean Generation Technologies in Chinese Power Sector: Penetration Thresholds and Supporting Policies. Energy Procedia, 75, 2807-2812. (Best student paper award in PACE 2015 International Symposium on Environmental Economics and Policy)

[8]Xinzhu Zheng, Can Wang*,Wenjia Cai, 2014. Identifying Current and Future Water Stress from Power Plants in China. The 4th International Association of Energy Economics (IAEE) Asian Conference, September 19-21, Beijing, China.

[7]Yaqian Mu,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2014. Involving China into the International Sectoral Reduction: An Analysis Based on GTAP-E Model. The 4th International Association of Energy Economics (IAEE) Asian Conference, September 19-21, Beijing, China.

[6]Liyang Wan,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2013. Carbon Footprint Accounts Among World Regions: Consumption and Displacements Through Global Supply Chains. Proceedings of the Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 22-27 Sep, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

[5]Yongkai Jiang,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2013. Regional Carbon Footprint Accounting for China Based on a Multi-Region Input-Output Framework: a Consumption Based Approach. Proceedings of the Conference on Sustainable Development of Energy, Water and Environment Systems, 22-27 Sep, Dubrovnik, Croatia.

[4]Yongkai Jiang,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2013. Analysing the Water Footprints and Virtual Water Flows of the Northwest Region of China Using a Multi-Regional Input-Output Framework. PACE 2013 International symposium on environmental economics and policy in China, 14-18 Jul., Dalian, China.

[3]Liyang Wan,Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, 2013. World's demand on China's water resources in 2007: A multi-region input-output approach. PACE 2013 International symposium on environmental economics and policy in China. 14-18 Jul., Dalian, China.

[2]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Jining Chen, 2009. CO2 Emission Reduction Efforts Made by China’s Electricity Sector and the International Comparison. 2009 International Conference on Energy and Environment Technology, Vol 3: 24-27.

[1]Wenjia Cai, Can Wang*, Xuedu Lu, Jining Chen, 2006. Scenario analysis of CO2 emissions from China's Road Transportation, Twelfth International Conference on Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century, Prague, Czech Republic. 12 - 14 July, 2006. in: Urban Transport XII: Urban Transport and the Environment in the 21st Century, WIT Transactions on Build Environment, Vol 89, WIT Press, 2006. p669-678.

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2. 国家疾控局卫生与免疫规划司科技项目 ,气候变化背景下我国城市级高温健康风险预估研究,2022.10-2023.10,在研,主持;

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4. 英国伦敦大学学院,中国气候变化与人群健康进展研究,2020.4-2023.7,在研,主持;

5. 科技部课题牵头,冬奥赛事碳排放核算与衍生效应动态评估,2021.8-2022.12,已结题,主持;

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7. 国家重点研发计划,人文要素变化及与自然要素的空间叠加效应,2017.7-2022.6,在研,项目骨干;

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11. 国家卫生健康委疾病预防控制局,全球重点国家适应气候变化健康影响政策调研,2021.12-2022.12,已结题,主持;

12. 清华新型城镇化研究院项目,中国城市低碳发展路径及其健康效益评估,2018-2020,在研,主持;

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15. 发展生物质混燃发电背景下中加生物质能资源,现状及双边贸易潜力评估,2018.7-2019.12,已结题,主持;