Friday, April 10, 2009

slides from my talk wednesday night

The other night I had a great time presenting at the Beijing Energy Network's wonderfully titled BEER (Beijing Energy & Environment Roundtable) event. The title of my talk was "150 Million and Counting... Controlling the Energy and Environmental Impacts of China's Vehicles." I tried to have fun with it - I presented it at 9pm at a bar, after all - while touching on a range of topics and issues related to the transportation sector in China.

Although I fear the slides may seem a little too bare-bones without the context of my accompanying speech, I did get enough requests to distribute that I figured I might as well put them online:

I welcome any questions or comments either here or by e-mail at livefrombeijing at gmail dot com.

Lastly, apologies for the light posting recently; I have been slammed at work in preparation for a trip to the States this weekend. I'll be gone for two weeks and will post while there if time permits, but no promises...


flyingfish said...

Thank you very much for taking the time to post these. I was terribly disappointed at missing your talk the other day -- I fell on the way there and scraped myself so badly I decided I had better turn back and get cleaned up. Anyway, thanks again and have a safe trip.

疯君子 said...

How much does the weather on an overcast day like today affect the API readings? Do clouds actually trap particles in the city?

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