SSCI 征文| The Energy Commodity Management Workshop 2021主题征文

北京工商大学经济华体娱乐app与Emerging Markets Finance and Trade(SSCI)期刊拟于11月中旬联合举办The Energy Commodity Management Workshop 2021,现面向广大作者就 “双碳目标下气候变迁、金融商品交易、贸易变革与经济增长”这一主题征文,并选择优秀论文拟发特刊。

人类进入工业文明社会之后,由于无节制地向大气排放二氧化碳等温室气体,致使地球的温度不断升高,造成气候变暖等灾难。联合国研究报告显示,过去20年全球自然灾害的发生频率几乎是1980—1999年间的两倍,因气候变化导致的极端天气事件占了其中大部分。因此,如何在生产生活中减少对煤炭、石油等化石能源资源的依赖,成为当前和今后人类社会共同面对的重大任务。为了应对气候危机,《巴黎协定》将全球平均温升控制在 2℃以下并争取实1.5℃以下的目标,呼吁各国尽快实现碳排放量达到峰值,争取本世纪下半叶实现净零排放。据此,占世界 GDP 总量 75%和碳排放总量 65%的国家纷纷提出了碳排放远景目标。2020年第75届联合国大会上,习近平主席代表中国向世界郑重承诺,力争在2030年前实现碳达峰,努力争取在2060年前实现碳中和。中国政府的庄严承诺,不仅勾画了中国未来绿色低碳转型发展的光明前景,而且再次表明中华民族是一个充满善意,为全人类的命运高度负责的民族。“双碳”目标事关中华民族永续发展和人类命运共同体的构建,对于中国实现“两个一百年”奋斗目标、参与全球气候治理具有重大深远的意义。

因此,“双碳”目标下,中国的环境政策对碳排放以及应对气候变化带来的影响值得探讨。各国经济增长方式正经历大调整之时机,全球贸易体系进入重构期,全球经贸正在酝酿新变局。贸易变革在能否缓解资源环境压力、实现高质量转型、促进经济增长方面扮演重要角色。金融是驱动“双碳”目标实现的重要因素,构建可持续、低碳化、市场化的碳金融交易体系对控制温室气体排放、助力碳达峰碳中和极为必要。


特刊特别欢迎(包括但不限于)以下领域的议题:

1. 气候变化、环境规制与碳排放

2. 环境立法、碳中和与气候变化

3. 碳中和愿景的实现路径与政策体系

4. 碳中和目标下中国能源转型路径分析

5. 碳中和目标下的中国贸易变革

6. 碳中和与贸易规则重构

7. 碳经济下的贸易路径选择

8. 碳经济下的贸易争端解决机制

9. 碳金融驱动经济高质量发展的路径

10. 市场风险、碳金融与绿色增长

11. 双碳目标下的货币政策与碳金融

12. 碳中和、数字科技与碳金融


期刊介绍

期刊:Emerging Markets Finance and Trade (SSCI, IF=2.315)

主题:Climate change, Financial commodity trading, Trade transformation and Economic growth under dual carbon goals

编辑:

Chun-Ping Chang, Co-editor of EMFT

Yu Hao, Guest editor of EMFT, Assistant principle of BTBU

Guohua Ni, Dean of School of Economics, BTBU


截止日期20211020

投稿地址btbuemft2021@163.com


After entering the industrial civilization society, human beings emit carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases into the atmosphere without restraint, which causes the earth's temperature to rise continuously and causes disasters such as climate warming. According to the United Nations research report, the frequency of global natural disasters in the past 20 years is almost twice that in 1980-1999, and extreme weather events caused by climate change account for most of them. Therefore, how to reduce dependence on fossil energy resources such as coal and oil in production and life has become a major task facing human society at present and in the future. In order to cope with the climate crisis, the Paris Agreement controls the global average temperature rise below 2℃ and strives to achieve the goal of below 1.5℃, calling on all countries to achieve the peak of carbon emissions as soon as possible and strive to achieve zero net emissions in the second half of this century. Accordingly, countries that account for 75% of the world GDP and 65% of the total carbon emissions have put forward the long-term goal of carbon emissions. At the 75th UN General Assembly in 2020, President Xi Jinping promised to the world on behalf of China to strive for peak carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. The commitment of the Chinese government has outlined the bright future of China's green and low-carbon transformation and development in the future. The goal of “double carbon” is related to China's sustainable development and the construction of Community of Shared Future for Mankind, and has far-reaching significance for China to achieve the goal of “two hundred years” and participate in global climate governance.

Therefore, under the goal of “double carbon”, the impact of China's environmental policies on carbon emissions and climate change is worth discussing. The pattern of economic growth of various countries is undergoing a great adjustment of the opportunity, the global trading system has entered a period of reconstruction, the global economy and trade is brewing new changes.  The reformation of trade plays an important role in easing pressure on resources and environment, achieving high-quality transformation and promoting economic growth. Finance is an important factor driving the realization of the “double carbon” goal. Building a sustainable, low-carbon, and market-oriented carbon financial trading system is extremely necessary to control greenhouse gas emissions and help carbon peak as well as carbon neutrality.


The special issue especially welcomes (including but not limited to) topics in the following fields:

1. Climate change, environmental regulation and carbon emissions

2. Environmental legislation, carbon neutrality and climate change

3. The realization path and policy system of carbon neutrality

4. China's energy transformation path under the goal of carbon neutrality

5.China’s trade reform under the goal of carbon neutrality

6. Carbon neutrality and trade regulation reconfiguration

7. Trade route selection under carbon economy

8.Trade dispute settlement mechanism in carbon economy

9. The realization path of carbon finance promoting high-quality economic development

10. Market risk, carbon finance, and green growth

11. Monetary policy and carbon finance under carbon neutrality

12. Carbon neutrality, digital technology, and carbon finance