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A Comparative Analysis of Carbon Emissions from Transportation and Logistics of the Consumer Goods Industry in Southeast Asia

This research continues earlier work that established a framework for estimating carbon dioxide emissions specifically for Southeast Asian countries. The goal of the present study is to comparatively investigate carbon dioxide emissions caused by factories' transportation and logistics activities in Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, and the Philippines in order to better understand the causes that lead to CO2 emissions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.14716/ijtech.v11i2.3466


Carbon sinks and carbon emissions balance of land use transition in Xinjiang, China: differences and compensation

It is of utmost importance for regional sustainable development to know the ecological footprint and demand challenges posed by land use and construction of an ecological compensation scheme scientifically. The ecological compensation scheme is then developed based on the assumption of ecological radiation. grassland had recovered well after 2000, and 14,298 km2 of other scenic property was turned into grassland. The change in the Xinjiang ecosystem's carbon sink first decreased and then increased, later increasing, and the ecological deficit region first appeared after 2010. To increase the carbon sink capacity of arid zones, the expansion of grassland and cropland areas is essential. The amount of ecological compensation in Xinjiang is 31. 47 * 108 yuan, and the percentage of the amount received by ecological compensation areas is based on the distance between the supply and demand areas, the amount of carbon sequestration, and the region's geographic region.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-27095-w


How economic growth pressure impact carbon emissions: Evidence for China

Based on panel results from China's 277 cities, the essay explores the effects of economic growth pressure on carbon pollution. Technological innovation and foreign trade are the two channels through which economic growth pressures carbon dioxide emissions are distributed, but the mediating mechanism of industrial structure upgrading does not exist. The greatest impact on carbon dioxide emissions in Western China comes from economic growth. The positive effect of economic growth pressure on carbon dioxide in Northeast China is statistically small.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1080/1331677X.2022.2159473


Evaluation of carbon emissions associated with land use and cover change in Zhengzhou City of China

Understanding the impacts of human activities on regional sustainability is based on studies on carbon dioxide impacts related to land use and cover change. Landsat remote sensing photographs were used to categorize the land use and land cover types in Zhengzhou City in 1988, 2001, 2009, and 2015. During 1988 to 2015, carbon dioxide emissions associated with LUCC in Zhengzhou City increased by 17. 1 bbt, forests, water bodies, and vacant land, according to the author, although the loss of cultivated land, forests, water bodies, and unproductive land decreased dramatically. LUCC's largest rise in carbon dioxide pollution associated with LUCC occurred in the city's center. To ensure the achievement of the promised carbon emission reduction goals, Zhengzhou City should pursue the new urban growth and ecological civilization construction path, according to our findings.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.regsus.2022.03.002


Factors influencing the carbon emissions disclosure in basic and chemical industrial companies listed on the IDX in 2016-2019

This report is designed to identify the causes that influence carbon emissions reporting in basic and chemical industry firms on the IDX in 2016-2019. This research used in this research is a scientific approach taken by the Explanatory Research type to explore the correlation between the independent and dependent variables through hypothesis testing. Carbon Emissions Disclosures have a positive and significant effect on Carbon Emissions Disclosures, according to the study, Managerial Ownership Variables, Managerial Ownership, Firm Value, Leverage, and Firm Size all influence Carbon Emissions Disclosures; manager and Executives Variables have a positive and significant effect on Carbon Emissions Disclosures; and Firm Size Variables have a positive and significant effect on Carbon Emissions Disclosures; The Good Corporate Governance Variables; Manageri.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.20525/ijrbs.v11i9.2219


Analysis and prediction of the temporal and spatial evolution of carbon emissions in China's eight economic regions.

The performance of China's response to the global carbon reduction target despite increasing environmental challenges, as the world's largest industrial country, with regional carbon dioxide reduction being the key to the smooth delivery of the global carbon emission reduction target. Since China's carbon pollution data is slowly updating, it's likely that the corresponding emission reduction plan will be more effective, it's recommended that you develop a more comprehensive carbon pollution prediction tool by fully investigating the characteristics of carbon pollution at the provincial and regional levels. The economic region in the middle Yellow River contributes to the national carbon dioxide difference by a large percentage, but the key factors that influence the overall carbon dioxide difference in different regions are varied.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0277906


Coupling coordination development of energy-economy-carbon emissions in China under the background of "double carbon".

The coupling coordination degree of energy-economy-carbon pollution in China has consistently improved and has clear regional and stage variations, but it is also on the brink of escalating chaos, according to the report, although the coupling coordination degree of energy-economy-carbon emissions exchange in other economic zones is growing rapidly; the coupling coordination degree of energy-economy-carbon emissions, which is the main source of which is inter-regional variability, is increasing; the coupling convergence of convergence and a convergence in the coupling coordination degree of carbon dioxide emission coefficient in the coupling coordination degree of carbon dioxide pollution convergence and ad's, with apparent, without convergence in the Middle Yangt's, the Middle Yangtetee harmonisation degree of carbon dioxide emissions, the Middle Yangtete convergence in the Middle Yangt convergence and convergence and convergence and convergence, is not convergence and convergence of convergence of a rising trend in the Middle Yangte convergence and convergence and convergence in the.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0277828


Impact of structure and organization of smallholders on agricultural carbon emissions

A common problem faced by agricultural development around the world is increasing carbon free agriculture production. If China's agriculture sector is aiming for the u201d carbon reduction target, the emphasis should be on smallholder farmers and their coordinated production, rather than the unified production of smallholder farmers. The provincial panel results were used to measure causal correlation and mechanism, as well as total carbon pollution in the regions, which were followed by the fixed-effects model and intermediary mechanism test for empirical evaluation. To describe the causal relationship and mechanism, the structural degree of smallholder farmers and the total carbon dioxide in the regions was determined, the regional panel results were created, and then the adjusted-effects model and intermediary mechanism test were used for empirical analysis. Although coordinated production services can minimize carbon pollution, smallholders' structure will reduce the scale of the company, thereby limiting carbon emission reduction. This report shows that the government should develop policies to direct smallholders to operate on an appropriate scale, expand policies to encourage smallholders to use socialized agricultural production facilities, and assist smallholders in growing highly valuable eco agriculture.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3389/fenvs.2022.1032863


Assessment and Adjustment of Export Embodied Carbon Emissions with Its Domestic Spillover Effects: Case Study of Liaoning Province, China

Export embodied carbon dioxide emissions and their domestic spillover effects are typical interregional carbon transfer phenomena. The highest EECE number and EECE growth from 2012 to 2017 was in Liaoning Province. According to the study, the EECE and its DSE of Liaoning Province was 32. 08 MtCO 2 and 5. 43 MtCO 2 in 2017. According to the Coupling Relationship Model's economic growth and export embodied carbon dioxide, the sectors were divided into four categories, with different adjustment countermeasures such as encouragement, surveillance, targeted advertising, and targeted reduction were all identified, including encouragement, surveillance, and targeted reduction. If the export value was reduced by 100 million CNY, the EECE would be reduced by 21. 57 ktCO 2 and 23. 35 ktCO 2, respectively, and the DSE will be reduced by 1. 59 ktCO 2 and 1. 65 ktCO 2 respectively, respectively.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su142416989


Chinese Economic Growth Projections Based on Mixed Data of Carbon Emissions under the COVID-19 Pandemic

Current studies on carbon dioxide and economic growth has tended to use more homogeneous low-frequency results to create VAR models with impulse responses, disregarding some of the sample results in high-frequency results. This report develops a MIDAS model to estimate GDP growth rate based on monthly carbon emission data and quarterly GDP estimates in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/su142416762

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