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Do tourism clusters contribute to low-carbon destinations? The spillover effect of tourism agglomerations on urban residential CO 2 emissions.

Tourism and regional CO 2 emissions have been investigated by a burgeoning literature. Some scholars find that tourism leads to more emissions than other events, while others believe that tourism improves emission reduction. The number of tourism-related CO 2 emissions from tourism beyond the tourism industry is underestimated; the role of tourism agglomerations in sustainable destination growth is undermining; and the tripartite mechanism of tourism agglomerations, household income, and urban direct residential CO 2 emissions are still to be determined.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36586373


The spatial effect of industrial transfer on carbon emissions under firm location decision:A carbon neutrality perspective.

Carbon neutrality and industrial transfer policies would be a research hotspot on carbon pollution. This report investigated the spatial impact of industrial transfer on carbon pollution, particularly the impact of company location choice and carbon reduction policies. The industrial transfer products of 30 provinces in China during the "Twelfth Five-Year Plan" and the "Thirteenth Five-Year Plan" periods were measured, based on the dynamic deviation-share model. The spatial dependence of industrial migration and carbon reduction policies in regional carbon emissions was then investigated using a spatially weighted interaction model based on enhanced parameters.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36584463


Spatio-temporal interaction heterogeneity and driving factors of carbon emissions from the construction industry in China.

The construction industry is one of China's top contributors to carbon dioxide emissions as the world's biggest carbon emitter. To investigate carbon reduction in the construction industry, it is of utmost importance. Carbon emissions from the construction industry increased in 2007, 2010, and 2012, accounting for nearly 77% of total carbon dioxide emissions; in addition, regional variations in carbon pollution are expanding. The construction industry's total population, number of employees in the construction industry, labor supply in the construction industry, increased value of the building industry, rising energy consumption in the construction industry, and total population of the construction industry were largely influenced by the construction industry's mutual influence in 2012.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36576631


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

It is of utmost importance to regional sustainable growth to be able to recognize the ecological and demand challenges posed by land use changes and the creation of an ecological compensation scheme scientifically. Based on the theory of ecological radiation, the ecological compensation scheme is evaluated. According to the study, the majority of the areas showed only one change in land use in the study chronology. Land use is gradually shifting to the direction of ecological safeguarding. Since 2010, the ecological deficit area began to appear after 2010, the change in the Xinjiang ecosystem's carbon sink first decreased and then increased. The number of ecological restoration areas in Xinjiang is 31. 47* 10 8 yuan, and the amount received by ecological compensation areas is influenced by the distance between the production and demand areas, the amount of carbon sequestration, and the area of the region.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36575314


How do clean fuels and technology-based energy poverty affect carbon emissions? New evidence from eighteen developing countries.

Therefore, the association between all types of poverty and other socioeconomic indicators has been extensively researched; however, carbon dioxide and renewable energy poverty, adjusted for carbon dioxide, has not been investigated. The new report explores the effect of clean fuels and technology-based energy poverty on carbon emissions, as well as technology-based energy poverty. The empirical findings from econometric model reveal that clean fuels and technology-based energy poverty, as well as environmental degradation, is present in Asian developing countries, which is positively influencing Co2e growth, particularly in Asia-based countries.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36567390


Black carbon emissions and reduction potential in China: 2015-2050.

China has been a key contributor to global anthropogenic black carbon emissions. This report establishes a black carbon registry in China, using 2015 as the base year, and forecasts annual black carbon pollution in China for the period 2016-2020 under two conditions: a reference scenario and a Accelerated Reduction scenario. According to the report, black carbon pollution in China in 2015 was 1100 thousand tonnes, with residential use accounting for more than half of total black carbon emissions, followed by coke production, industry, agricultural waste burning, and transportation. In the Accelerated Reduction Scenario, this report then estimates the total black carbon emissions in China in 2050 to be 278 kt in the Reference scenario and 86 kt in the Accelerated Reduction Scenario. This report reveals the promising possibility of black carbon emission reductions in many areas in China over the next 30 years.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36566733


Does globalization and energy usage influence carbon emissions in South Asia? An empirical revisit of the debate.

The 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13 focus is on a sustainable environment, with the need to "take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts""""" combat climate change and its impacts. Hence, this report revisits the debate about the effect of nonrenewable energy and globalization on carbon dioxide pollution within the framework of Kuznets' hypothesis by using unbalanced panel results from seven South Asian countries from 1980-2019. Our findings show that South Asia countries are facing the dangerous drug that leads to human health declines. Overall, the effect of energy and globalization on carbon pollution is opposite, but the consistency of the 75th quantile study indicates that countries with high globalization are vulnerable to environmental degradation.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36547846


Impact of agricultural production outsourcing services on carbon emissions in China.

In China, rising food production while reducing agricultural carbon dioxide pollution is a significant obstacle to green agriculture. Using household microsurvey results in China and econometric techniques, previously unexplored research on the relationship between agricultural production outsourcing services and ACE is investigated, and the influencing mechanism is also tested experimentally. APOS are shown to be both beneficial to rice plantation areas and farmers' adoption of agricultural green production techniques, according to the experiment. Rice planting area's impact on ACE was larger than that of less effective green production methods. APOS companies should acquire green production techniques and reduce ACE, so that to further encourage farmers to adopt green production methods and reduce ACE, policy support and subsidies should be enhanced for APOS companies. Small-scale farmers are also encouraged to outsource their agricultural production services to APOS companies, which is also necessary for China.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36542280


Industrial digitization and synergy between pollution and carbon emissions control: new empirical evidence from China.

Based on the Chinese inter-provincial panel results from 2011 to 2020, we used the composite system synergy model and modified entropy weight method to determine the degree of synergy between pollution and carbon pollution monitoring and industry digitization in each province and city. To determine the heterogeneous impact of industrial digitization on the SPCEC, we then used two-way fixed effects and panel quantile regression models. In provinces and municipalities with lower SPCEC ratings, the contribution of industrial digitization to the SPCEC is greater.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36539663


Influencing Factors of Direct Carbon Emissions of Households in Urban Villages in Guangzhou, China.

Domestic energy consumption habits in China have demonstrated regional disparities, and rising income levels and urbanization have all hindered household's ability to make energy consumption decisions. Based on microlevel household survey results from urban villages in Guangzhou, China, we explore urban village residents' energy use characteristics. The results of estimating the material flows of per capita carbon dioxide emissions, according to the most typical form of energy consumption. Year after year, we discovered that the average household carbon dioxide emissions in urban villages is 2820. 57 kg/household. year.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/36554933

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