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Estimating carbon footprints from large scale financial transaction data

Consumer applications and financial service providers are increasingly using financial transactions to calculate consumption-u2010-based carbon emissions. We provide a stepu2010byu2010step step-by-step description of our attempt to determine carbon footprints from micro-u2010 transaction data generated by more than 100,000 customers of a major retail bank in the United Kingdom. In second, we quantitatively compare emission estimates obtained from transaction data with those calculated from a more standard data source used in carbon profiling, the country's largest household expenditure survey. We present a comprehensive qualitative analysis of the benefits and disadvantages of transactions over alternative data sources in three key areas, including data availability, data quality, and data detail. Financial transactions provide a more convenient alternative to surveyu2010based sources, and if made more widely available, may have major advantages for profiling emissions.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jiec.13351


Toward sustainable development: Connecting systems thinking competency and carbon footprint knowledge

Individuals' systems thinking competence enhances and predicts their sustainability competence and pro-u2010environmental conduct, according to previous research in the field of sustainable development. We can now rely more on large-scale climate change mitigation initiatives as a result of Systems thinking competence. Finns' systems thinking skills and knowledge of how to minimize their household carbon footprint were assessed in this report. Finns see their own climate change-thinking competency as not high, not particularly high, according to the results, although their evaluations differ widely.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/sd.2469


Priority‐aware intelligent device access management for carbon footprint monitoring in sustainable cites and society

The maximum accessibility queuing delay minimization issue is addressed in this paper, according to the long-u2010term service priority constraint and the short-term access management constraint. Decouple the long-term service priority constraint and short-term access management optimization, as well as short-term stochastic optimization difficulties, decomposing the long-term stochastic optimization issue into a series of short-term deterministic questions in a short-term deterministic problem. Aware deep Qu2010network grant access management algorithm is designed to enable intelligent access control with prioritized service priority requirements.

Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1049/cmu2.12551

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