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Climate Change and Industry Structure in China: CO2 Emission Features


PrefaceI Theories and practiceIndustrial structure in China and emission of greenhouse gasesInfluence of climate change and emission of greenhouse gasesInfluence of climate change on the globeComposition of global greenhouse gasesCarbon emission of major countries of the worldComparison of energy structure of major countriesGreenhouse gases emissions and corresponding measures in ChinaGreenhouse gas emissions in ChinaInternational pressure of emission reductionDomestic emission reduction pressure in ChinaChina’s response to climate changeKey features of changes in China’s industrial structureInterconnections between industrial structure and climate changeResearch on the relationship between industrial development and climate changeIndustrial activities and carbon emissionsIndustrial structure and climate changeIndustrial structure and energy utilizationRelevant models and review of evidence-based empirical studiesTheoretical model based on the environmental Kuznets curve and empirical studyFactor decomposition model based on the Kaya equation and empirical researchOther measurement and statistical researchReview of different methodsConclusionNotePractical implications of China’s response to climate changeLow-carbon development path of developed countriesInitiatives of the UKEarly understandingForm of taxationForm of taxationForm of technologiesEU’s collective activitiesEarly understandingForm of tradesForm of taxationForm of technologiesJapan’s low-carbon societyEarly understandingForm of taxationForm of technologiesSocial patternsPractice of the USAEarly understandingLegal formInterstate formsForm of tradesForm of technologiesIndustrial development and practices in ChinaShanghai: rapidly developed modern service industryBeijing: rapidly emerging cultural and creative industryBishan, Chongqing: rapidly developed emerging industriesZibo, Shandong: upgraded and restructured new materials industryExperience and implications both in China and overseasSummary of low-carbon development experience in foreign countriesFormulate targeted planning and protective laws and regulationsActive use of taxation policies and proper use of tax revenuesPromotion of innovation in energy-saving technologies and R&D of low-carbon energiesEstablishment of carbon rights trading market and utilization of market incentivesCultivation of low-carbon lifestyle and construction of low-carbon societyExperience and implications of Chinese industrial developmentLow-carbon development of the second industryInnovative development of the tertiary industryII Emission featuresResearch on the relationship between interprovincial industrial structure, income level and CO2 emissionsLiterature reviewTheoretical basis and formation mechanism of EKCDebate over the EKC modelEmpirical summary of EKC model in ChinaEstimates of CO2 emissions in different provincesModel, variables and statisticsMeasurement results and model selectionMeasurement results and explanationModel recognition and selectionForecastSituation settingForecast results and analysisConclusions and policy suggestionsNotesQuantitative assessment of CO2 emissions from China’s production sectorModel and methodsVariable construction and statisticsDepartment choice, research period and source of dataEnergy consumption and CO2 emission estimatesIndustrial economic scale, energy consumption and CO2 emissionsAnalysis of the influencing factors of adding greenhouse gas emissionsFurther investigation into different industriesFactors influencing agricultural greenhouse gas emissionsFactors influencing industrial greenhouse gas emissionsFactors influencing construction greenhouse gases emissionsFactors influencing greenhouse gas emissions in businessFactors influencing greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sectorConclusionNoteQuantitative evaluation and analysis of CO2 emissions in China’s industrial sectorVariable structure and dataMain features of the industrial sector in ChinaFeatures of industrial production structure in ChinaCharacteristics of the energy consumption in the industrial sector of ChinaCharacteristics of GHG emission in the industrial sector of ChinaDecomposition of China’s industrial CO2 emissionsSummaryNoteAnalysis of industrial CO2 emissions and influencing factors A case study of Zhejiang ProvinceMain concepts, calculation methods and data sourcesConcept and scope of researchMeasurementData sourcesIndustrial greenhouse gas emissions in Zhejiang ProvinceTotal amount and distribution of industrial greenhouse gas emissionsLevel of industrial greenhouse gas emissionsComparison of total industrial greenhouse gas emissionsComparison of industry distribution of industrial GHGComparison of per-capita industrial GHG emissionsIndustrial carbon dioxide emission intensity comparisonComparison of energy product emissions structureTrend of industrial greenhouse gas emissionsTrends in total emissions and industry distributionTrends in carbon dioxide emission intensityTrends in energy emissions structureFactor decomposition of industrial greenhouse gas emissions in Zhejiang ProvinceIntroduction of methodResults analysisOutput scale effectEnergy intensity effectIndustrial structure effectEnergy structure effectPopulation scale effectMain conclusions and countermeasuresNoteArticles published in ChineseArticles published in English
 
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