师资

姓  名:

蔡闻佳

职  称:

副教授

办公电话:

010-62792509

电子邮件:

wcai@tsinghua.edu.cn

教育背景

清华大学环境学院  博士(2010

中国人民大学  学士(2005

工作经历

清华大学环境学院  博士后(2012

清华大学地球系统科学系讲师、副教授(2015

研究兴趣

碳减排的经济、环境和社会影响评估

能源环境经济系统模拟与分析

能源与气候政策

奖励荣誉

中组部万人计划青年拔尖人才(2019年)

清华大学“学术新人奖”(2017年)(全校每年共10人)

Scopus寻找未来科学之星”气候变化科学领域新人奖(2010年)

 

学术兼职/服务

Frontiers in Public Health (IF: 2.0) 分主题副主编

Environmental Research Letters (IF: 6.1) 编辑指导委员会(Editorial Advisory Board)成员

Chinese Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies 编委会成员

《中国气候和生态环境演变2021》报告第3卷第13气候变化与可持续发展首席作者协调人

《第五次气候变化国家评估报告》应对气候变化技术特别报告 首席作者

清华大学中国新型城镇化研究院 城市经济与健康研究室主任

清华-力拓资源能源与可持续发展联合研究中心     副主任

中国能源研究会 能源系统工程专门委员会 委员

学术成果

 

科研项目

1)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;

2)国家自然科学基金面上项目,考虑健康协同效益的中国碳减排目标区域分解研究,2018.1-2021.12,在研,主持;

3)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;

4)国家自然科学基金青年科学基金项目,基于动态CGE模型的国际行业减排方案对我国就业影响研究,2014/01-2016/12,在研,主持;

5)中国清洁发展机制(CDM)基金赠款项目,页岩气发展对我国应对气候变化战略的影响,2013.9-2016.12,在研,主持(子课题);

6)中国清洁发展机制(CDM)基金赠款项目,支撑德班平台谈判的基于行业方法的市场机制方案研究,2012.9-2016.12,在研,主持(子课题);

7)中国清洁发展机制(CDM)基金赠款项目,国际行业减排方案的影响及我国应对策略研究,2011.9-2015.12,已结题,主持(子课题);

8)中国博士后科学基金项目,20100480304,基于碳泄露模拟和隐性碳税核算的碳关税应对策略研究,2011.8-2012.8,已结题,主持;

9)中国博士后科学基金项目,201104110,中国电力行业开展清洁发展机制的环境与社会共生效应研究,2011.4-2012.8,已结题,主持。

 

英文期刊论文

[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, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)30486-0.

[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, and Wenjia 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. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(15)60854-6

[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.

 

中文期刊论文

[8]王灿, 金朱钢, 蔡闻佳. 基于效用理论的气候谈判博弈策略模型[J]. 清华大学学报自然科学版, 2015(9):1017-1022.

[7]郭敏晓, 蔡闻佳. 全球碳捕捉、利用和封存技术的发展现状及相关政策[J]. 中国能源, 2013, 35(3):39-42.

[6]金朱钢, 蔡闻佳, 王灿. 基于博弈模型的中美气候谈判策略模拟[J]. 气候变化研究进展, 2013, 9(5).

[5]叶敏华, 蔡闻佳, 王灿*. 跨区电力传输对大气污染物和CO2的区域排放影响研究, 中国环境科学, 2013, 33(10): 1869-1875. (《中国环境科学》2013年度优秀论文)

[4]郭敏晓, 蔡闻佳, 王灿, 陈吉宁. 风电场生命周期CO2排放核算与不确定性分析. 中国环境科学, 2012, 32(4): 742-747.

[3]杨源, 蔡闻佳, 王灿, 王思强. 基于聚类分析的碳强度目标分解研究. 气候变化研究进展, 2012, 8(4): 278-284.

[2]蔡闻佳,王灿,陈吉宁,国际行业温室气体减排方法最新进展评述. 气候变化研究进展, 2010, 6(1): 47-52.

[1]蔡闻佳,王灿,陈吉宁.中国公路交通业CO2排放情景与减排技术分析. 清华大学学报(自然科学版), 2007, 47(12): 2142-2145.

 

会议论文

[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.

 

出版著作

[2] 王灿, 蔡闻佳, 李淑祎, 张为师, 高良英, 行业方法和国际技术开发与转让, 北京: 经济科学出版社, 2009. (ISBN 978-7-5058-8833-3)

[1] Wang Can, Cai Wenjia, Li Shuyi, Zhang Weishi, Gao Liangying, Sectoral Approach and International Technology Development and Transfer. Beijing: Economic Science Press, 2009.