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标题: How do urbanization and consumption patterns affect carbon emissions in China? A decomposition analysis

作者: Wang, Z (Wang, Zhen); Cui, C (Cui, Can); Peng, S (Peng, Sha)

来源出版物: JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION  : 211  : 1201-1208  DOI: 10.1016/j.jclepro.2018.11.272  出版年: FEB 20 2019  

摘要: Increasingly urbanized populations and corresponding consumption changes cause emissions to rise. However, their contributions in quantity have been less studied compared to the empirical econometrical tests. Here, we use a factor-reversible structural decomposition method featuring input output analysis to explore the impacts of urbanization and changes in consumption patterns on incremental household carbon emissions, focusing on sectoral emissions. We found that urbanization and changes in consumption patterns contributed to emissions. Electricity and heating providers, and the transportation sector, contributed the most emissions. Mitigation policies are required, as are structural economic changes and the fostering of green procurement and consumption. (C) 2018 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

入藏号: WOS:000457952400103

语言: English

文献类型: Article

作者关键词: Input-output analysis (IOA); Structural decomposition analysis (SDA); Urbanization; Consumption patterns; Carbon emissions

KeyWords Plus: RESIDENTIAL ENERGY-CONSUMPTION; CO2 EMISSIONS; STRUCTURAL DECOMPOSITION; IMPACT; OUTPUT; URBAN; TIANJIN; GREEN; POPULATION; MEGACITIES

地址: [Wang, Zhen; Cui, Can] Wuhan Univ, Sch Resource & Environm Sci, Wuhan 430079, Hubei, Peoples R China.

[Peng, Sha] Hubei Univ Econ, Sch Low Carbon Econ, Wuhan 430205, Hubei, Peoples R China.

通讯作者地址: Peng, S (通讯作者)Hubei Univ Econ, Sch Low Carbon Econ, Wuhan 430205, Hubei, Peoples R China.

电子邮件地址: sinoo@whu.edu.cn; alrischacc@gmail.com; pengsha@hbue.edu.cn

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