Coraline Goron is currently completing a PhD in politics in the double degree awarding Erasmus Mundus GEM PhD Program. She works under co-supervision at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium) and Warwick University (UK). Her dissertation is about the politics of low-carbon transformation in China, with a focus on the political economy of the power industry. She holds a LLM in European, International and Chinese Law studied at the China University of Political Science and Law and a Master’s Degree in European Studies of Institute for European Studies of the ULB. Her publications include “Regulatory Institutions and Market-Based Climate Policy in China”. with Cyril Casissa in Global Environmental Politics. 17:1 pp 99-120 and “Industrial policy in China and Europe’s climate change strategies”. with Duncan Freeman, Upcoming in Telo, Mario, Wang, Xiaotong, Ding, Chun. The EU-China partnership. Bridging institutional, and ideational differences between two unprecedented global actors. Routledge. Her professional experience include 6 months’ internship in the Environment and Climate Change section of the EU Delegation in Beijing, as well as several ENGO works.