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Study on Carbon Emission of Laminated Bamboo Based on Life Cycle Assessment Method

Laminated bamboo is a bamboo product that has been successfully introduced to the building market. The study details the LB's production steps and carbon emission boundary, as well as the carbon emission of a 3-layer plain-pressed LB board. The most carbon dioxide is generated by processing bamboo strips, followed by 1-layer boards and the 3-layer board. The analysis results show that lowering the carbon emission factor used in manufacturing is the primary way to minimize total C value of LB, in comparison to two recent case studies.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-19-4293-8_10


Impact and mechanism of digital economy on China’s carbon emissions: from the perspective of spatial heterogeneity

We intend to investigate the reasons and local heterogeneity of the impact of digital economy growth on carbon dioxide usage in China over the period 20132013. The results show that the digital economy reduces carbon emissions by increasing energy intensity while still raising carbon pollution by encouraging economic growth, but increases carbon dioxide emissions by encouraging economic growth, which are a net contributor to carbon emissions. In addition, the effect of the digital economy on carbon dioxide variations by geographic location.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22552-5


Analysis of carbon emission drivers of secondary industries in Energy “Golden Triangle” area based on LMDI and two-dimensional decoupling model

This paper used the logarithmic mean Divisia index method to investigate the causes of carbon dioxide emissions from secondary industry energy consumption in EGT from 2005 to 2019, then used the GM technique to simulate carbon dioxide in 2030. In the meantime, the decoupling relationship between carbon pollution and economic growth was also investigated using the two-dimensional decoupling model to determine carbon reduction by the region's government. Based on the above findings, a low-carbon growth strategy for EGT should consider improving emission reduction methods for high-carbon energy sources like coal, modifying the energy consumption model, and seeking government policy assistance for carbon reduction.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22593-w


Comment on “Extreme Level of CO_2 Accumulation Into the Atmosphere due to the Unequal Global Carbon Emission and Sequestration” by M. F. Hossain

M. F. Hossain's latest essay in this journal detailed how human activity has altered the global carbon cycle, forecast future rises in atmospheric CO_2 levels, and discussed potential health effects of increasing CO2 levels. He significantly underestimated the impact of anthropogenic disruptions in terms of CO_2 removal from the atmosphere due to land and ocean processes, but also underestimated the importance of atmospheric processes in removing some of the emitted CO_2 from the atmosphere. At the same time, he underestimated the rate at which atmospheric CO_2 levels are rising, resulting in a highly revised forecast for atmospheric CO_2 concentrations later this century. While our current data shows that the immediate consequences are uncertain but likely minor, He also exaggerated the health consequences of exposure to those CO_2 levels as being severe and deadly.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11270-022-05841-0


Carbon emission, solid waste management, and electricity generation: a legal and empirical perspective for renewable energy in Nigeria

In addition, the report provides a quantitative analysis of the enduring link between carbon emission and its determinants. If the Federal Government takes pragmatic steps to combat waste dumping, it will reduce pollution from the numerous bases that comply with the legislative and statutory requirements, according to the study's fundamental finding. The study explores the effects of metropolitan solid waste management and electricity sources on carbon dioxide pollution, as well as carbon dioxide sources on carbon dioxide pollution, which have been discussed as a substitute for power generation sources in tackling environmental challenges in the region. The study concludes with recommendations for the integration of policies and non-statutory incentives for converting waste to electricity in the country's power industry, as well as the introduction of stricter electricity generation and sustainability in the country's electricity industry.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10784-021-09558-z


Fixed-charge solid transportation problem with budget constraints based on carbon emission in neutrosophic environment

CO_2 CO 2 gas emission and other greenhouse gases from myriad transportation technologies have affected a variety of air pollutants and climate change. A single criterion is hardly appropriate to the situation where more than one criterion is involved. A neutrosophic set is particularly important and suitable for such general problem configurations, despite the lack of clarity and intuitionistic fuzzyity of its occurrence and non-occurrence in a fuzzy and intuitionistic fuzzy environment. To find the compromise solution to the multi-objective transportation challenge, a neutrosophic linear code, fuzzy programming, and global criterion system are used here.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00500-022-07442-9


Innovation-driven development and urban carbon emission reduction: a quasi-natural experiment in China

This report, based on China's National Independent Innovation Demonstration Zone pilot, constructs a quasi-natural experiment. This report uses the time-varying difference-in-differences model to determine the effect of innovation-driven urban carbon emission reductions. During the period of 2003 to 2017, we used panel results on 285 cities, which represents 95. 96 percent of Chinese cities. Our results show that pilot city emissions and pollution intensity of pilot cities decreased by 4. 8 percent and 5. 8 percent, respectively, compared to non-pilot cities. The findings show that the building of NIDZs can greatly contribute to urban carbon pollution reductions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-022-22712-7


Revenue allocation for interfirm collaboration on carbon emission reduction: complete information in a big data context

Although the firm's joint work on carbon reduction is now complete, the cross-enterprise flow of emission reduction funds and improved greenhouse gas reduction can be achieved. This paper addresses revenue sharing among firms participating in the collaborative emission reduction initiative under clear data in a big data context, based on the assumption of carbon trading. Therefore, this report does not only provide a theoretical basis for understanding the issue of revenue sharing in the process of collaborative emission reductions among enterprises but also a pragmatic roadmap for enterprises against measures following the implementation of China's new carbon trading system.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10479-021-04017-z


Does a sanitary crisis drive oil prices and carbon emissions in the USA? Evidence from VECM modeling

Hence, a careful review of the effects of a sanitary epidemic on economic and energy industries seems to be highly recommended. The findings are highly informative and point to the existence of a major effect of a COVID-19 pandemic on the WTI oil price. COVID-19 infections, COVID-19 infections, u2013 economic growth, and COVID-19 infections are all found in the three couples, as shown by the COVID-19 infections, COVID-19 infections, U2013 economic growth, and COVID-19 infectionsu2013oil price.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-021-01875-2


The estimation of influencing factors for carbon emissions based on EKC hypothesis and STIRPAT model: Evidence from top 10 countries

Global climate change due to greenhouse gas emissions has visible impacts on the planet. Carbon dioxide, the most important source of global climate change, is among the GHG emissions. It seems that carbon pollution in the world's top carbon emitter countries is in effect by economic growth, exports, imports, and technology innovation. In China, USA, India, China, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Tokyo, and South Africa; the findings show that income per capita significantly raises environmental pollution among top ten carbon pollution countries; this research also confirmed the EKC hypothesis in the top ten carbon emission nations; and finally, the findings show that firstly, the key findings are that income per capita rises environmental pollution in top ten carbon polling countries; this report also supports the EKC hypothesis in the top ten carbon dioxide nations; The results show that the EKC hypothesis remains valid in over ten carbon emission nations.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-021-01905-z

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