Comparing Greenhouse Gas Impacts from Domestic Coal and Imported Natural Gas Electricity Generation in China

@article{Rosselot2021ComparingGG,
  title={Comparing Greenhouse Gas Impacts from Domestic Coal and Imported Natural Gas Electricity Generation in China},
  author={Kirsten S. Rosselot and David T. Allen and Anthony Y. Ku},
  journal={ACS Sustainable Chemistry \& Engineering},
  year={2021}
}
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