China Emission Accounts and Datasets provides you the most up-to-date energy, emission and socioeconomic accounting inventories for China.

All datasets published by CEADs are the results of current research projects funded by Research Council UK, Newton Fund, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Chinese Academy of Sciences. All data is free to download for academic usages. Please login / register here before you can use our data service.

CEADs gathers a group of experts from the UK, USA and China to work on China’s emission accounting methods and applications. Providing accurate and most up-to-date emission data is the duty of the whole academic field for policy stakeholders and the public.

See our latest results on China’s emission data…

Total carbon content and production of coal mines. The inset shows the comparison between carbon content from 602 coal samples and 4,243 coal mines Each dot in the inset indicates the average of carbon content from 602 coal samples and 4,243 coal mines in the same 1°by 1° grid. The nearly one-to-one correlation indicates that samples and mines capture the same spatial variability of coal carbon content across China.


Source: Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel combustion and cement production in China. Nature, 524, 335-338

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