The significance of international and cross-sectoral material flows in national GHG emission targets: a case study of Al

Qiang Dai

Argonne National Laboratory

Qiang Dai is a research scientist from Argonne National Laboratory. She received her bachelor degree in Environmental Engineering from Tianjin University in China, and received her PhD degree, also in Environmental Engineering, from University of Michigan. Qiang is now part of Argonne’s GREET team. Qiang’s research interests include vehicle lightweighting, battery electric vehicles, automotive materials production, renewable hydrogen production, and their environmental implications.


The Paris Agreement has established the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) as greenhouse gas (GHG) emission targets to be submitted by member countries of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Qiang Dai (Argonne National Laboratory)
  2. Jarod Kelly (Argonne National Laboratory)
  3. Amgad Elgowainy (Argonne National Laboratory)

Topic Areas

• Life cycle sustainability assessment , • Socio-economic metabolism and material flow analysis , • Sustainable consumption and production


ThS-11 » Material Flow Applications 1 (09:45 - Thursday, 29th June, Room H)

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