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Impacts of rapid urbanization on spatial dynamics of land use-based carbon emission and surface temperature changes in the Semarang Metropolitan Region, Indonesia.

This paper explores the connection between carbon emission patterns and land surface temperature changes in the Semarang Metropolitan Region, an Indonesian region that has seen rapid urban growth in comparison to other urban areas. To calculate the LST changes, the NNN, band 6 on Landsat 5 TM and band 10 on Landsat 8 OLI were used. To 0. 646, the correlation between carbon dioxide pollution and a rise SMR temperature correlates. This indicates that the carbon pollution pattern in the SMR promotes temperature stability. Also, this report demonstrated that carbon dioxide releases were in accordance with LST dynamics spatially. This research revealed that rapid urbanization in the SMR promotes both carbon dioxide and LST in this case. These changes are also affected by vegetation canopy availability and other activities. To minimize environmental change risk, the government must prioritize spatial planning in the SMR.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36595039


Can digital finance reduce carbon emission intensity? A perspective based on factor allocation distortions: evidence from Chinese cities.

The role of digital finance, a new sector of finance that blends digital technology and traditional financial products, in lowering global carbon emissions must be investigated. This paper uses panel results from 280 cities in China from 2011 to 2019 to empirically examine the impact of digital finance in governing carbon pollution reductions and the mechanisms by which it does so. Therefore, it is vital to vigorously advance digital finance as a long-term strategy for carbon control.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36586024


Differential characteristics of carbon emission efficiency and coordinated emission reduction pathways under different stages of economic development: Evidence from the Yangtze River Delta, China.

Regional carbon emission efficiency has varied characteristics under different economic growth stages and patterns, and determining such characteristics is critical in formulating corresponding policies for high-quality regional growth. The CEE of the Yangtze River Delta shows a volatile upward trend with apparent spatial agglomeration characteristics, and CEE changes are closely related to economic growth stages, according to the study. A synergistic emission reduction path is developed with four elements: land use optimization, ecological co-preservation, innovation cooperation, and low carbon development, according to the individual characteristics of total carbon dioxide emissions and the efficiency of various cities.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36586363


Measurement of provincial carbon emission efficiency and analysis of influencing factors in China.

The results show that the first-order term of carbon emissions has a driving force of 0. 8 percent for current carbon dioxide at a level of 0. 1 percent, with an increasing increase in carbon dioxide emissions in the next year. Whether short-term or long-term, an increase in energy consumption and the optimization of the energy investment scheme will reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36580252


Space-for-time substitution leads to carbon emission overestimation in eutrophic lakes.

Positive correlations with the CH 4 production potential, dissolved CH 4 concentrations, and CH 4 fluxes, as well as positive correlations with the CO 2 production potential, dissolved CO 2 concentrations, and CO 2 release fluxes were shown by Trophic lake index. On the temporal scale, the average CH 4 production potential, suspended CH4 concentrations, and CH 4 fluxes in eutrophic lakes were 268. 8, 0. 96 u03bcmol/L, and 587. 6 m -2 u00b7h -1, respectively, at 568. 8, 0. 79 bcmol/L, and 548. 6 - -1, respectively, with 588. 6 u00b7h v These findings suggest that the effects of DO and temperature on lake carbon emissions should be considered, even though they could be ignored during the accurate assessment of lake carbon budget by space-for-time substitution in eutrophic lakes.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36584848


The nexus between natural resources, renewable energy consumption, economic growth, and carbon dioxide emission in BRI countries.

The results show that carbon dioxide and renewable energy are the primary factors of economic growth, while natural resources reduce economic growth, as shown by using OLS, fixed effect, generalized method of measurements, and seemingly unrelated regression models. The impact of economic development and natural resources on carbon dioxide is positive, according to the researchers; however, renewable energy use greatly reduces carbon dioxide emissions.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36562975


Health benefits from the reduction of PM 2.5 concentrations under carbon tax and emission trading scheme: a case study in China.

Concentrations of [Formula: see text] concentrations are shown in this paper, which include: [Formula: see text] concentrations. Both carbon tax and emissions trading schemes reduce morbidity and mortality, thus, under climate policies, [Formula: see text]-related labor participation decreases, triggering an economic boom. In short, health benefits of carbon tax in short term will rise in the long run, while long-term, health benefits of ETS policies will gradually increase. Hence, we conclude that regarding health care, a long-term ETS policy is preferable to a long-term carbon levy. Nonetheless, the quantitative health benefits in this paper can't fully account for GDP losses caused by climate policy changes, implying that it is a daunting challenge to objectively model climate policy impacts.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36562978


Spatio-temporal variations, spatial spillover, and driving factors of carbon emission efficiency in RCEP members under the background of carbon neutrality.

Improving carbon dioxide pollution efficiency has emerged as a crucial way for Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership members to promote carbon reduction in the context of climate change mitigation and carbon neutrality. The CEE of RCEP members is generally poor and unevenly distributed in temporal and spatial dimensions, with significant room for expansion and overall positive spatial autocorrelation; on a global basis, the GML index shows W-shaped shifts, with technological advancement leading to more CEE growth; on a dynamic basis, technological progress reigniting CEE, with emerging economies far outstripping developing nations in terms of both current status and trend of CEE; and regional integration; and economic growth largely a.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36543991


Exploring the nexus between energy consumption, income inequality and poverty, economic growth, and carbon dioxide emission: evidence from two step system generalized method of moments.

Consequently, this report investigates the effect of income disparities, poverty, and electricity consumption on carbon dioxide pollution in the Belt and Road Initiative countries from 1996 to 2018. The environmental Kuznets curve is also valid, as economic growth positively influences carbon dioxide emissions. In the Belt and Road Initiative countries, income disparities has a moderating effect on carbon dioxide emission via per capita economic growth that minimizes environmental degradation. The findings of this research have important policy implications for the Belt and Road Initiative countries, among other areas.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36542285


Growth of carbon dots in nanoporous silica glasses for highly enhanced dual-wavelength emission.

Solid-state carbon dots have a wide range of applications in photonics and optoelectronic devices due to their excellent optical properties, such as broad absorption bands and tunable photoluminescence wavelengths, and tunable photoluminescence wavelengths. The CDots were tightly bound in the nanopores and nanochannels of the nanoporous glass by a three-wall network, stable covalent bonding, and 3D spatial limitation effectively blocked the Fr60f6ster resonance energy transfer of the CDots in the solid-state and highly restricted the CDots. This paper discusses design principles and a universal approach to produce dual emission fluorescence coatings with high photoluminescence intensity, as well as high thermal stability for promising applications.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36541090

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