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The nexus between consumption-based carbon emissions, trade, eco-innovation, and energy productivity: empirical evidence from N-11 economies

This paper, unlike previous studies, aims to fill the knowledge gap in the area of consumption-based carbon pollution by including the role of energy conservation and eco-innovation along with international trade. Using updated available data from 1995 to 2019, the present study seeks to determine the effects of eco-innovation and energy efficiency on trade-adjusted consumption-based carbon emissions for the Next Eleven economies, filling the identified research gap. The results from CS-ARDL show that energy efficiency, eco-innovation, and exports reduced carbon dioxide by 0. 18 percent, 0. 0148%, and 0. 292%, respectively. This report finds that the role of energy conservation and environment-related innovation is crucial in achieving the Next Eleven economies' carbon freeness target.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-18327-z


Consumption-based carbon emissions, trade, and globalization: an empirical study of Bolivia

In some empirical papers, the effects of global trade on carbon dioxide pollution have been mainly investigated; however, consumption-based carbon dioxide estimates for international trade have been lacking; Bolivia has had a stable negative trade deficit for years, which means that consumption-based pollution in this region has steadily increased in the present and future. Similarly, inability to recognize these emissions as part of international trade provides an incomplete picture of the emissions sources and the effectiveness of measures to reduce emissions in this region. According to the empirical report, exports and GDP have a negligible effect on consumption-based carbon emissions. According to this report, Bolivia's government should be cautious on measures aimed at increasing growth because doing so could jeopardize the environment's sustainability.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-18495-6


The policy effects and influence mechanism of China’s carbon emissions trading scheme

The government has approved the pilot development of carbon emissions trading scheme pilots in 2011 in the hopes of making China carbon free and encouraging the transition toward a green economy by 2060. This research also looks at the effect mechanism of the ETS policy by adjusting variables of an energy consumption structure and technological innovation level. The results show that the ETS program effectively reduces carbon dioxide reductions, as well as the fact that the pollution reduction initiative has a complex cumulative effect.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11869-021-01081-z

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