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Sectoral roles in greenhouse gas emissions and policy implications for energy utilization and carbon emissions trading: a case study of Beijing, China
Ge,Jianping1,2; Lei,Yalin1,2; Xu,Qun1,2; Wang,Xibo3
Source PublicationSpringerPlus
ISSN2193-1801
2016-08-08
Volume5Issue:1
Corresponding AuthorGe,Jianping(gejianping@cugb.edu.cn) ; Xu,Qun(xuq@cugb.edu.cn)
AbstractAbstractIn this study, a decomposition and emissions matrix is developed to identify the roles (giver or taker) played by the sectors in the greenhouse gas emissions for the economy of Beijing in China. Our results indicate that services were the most important emitter if we consider the total (direct and indirect) emissions. In addition to Construction, Scientific studies and technical services and Finance sectors of services were the largest takers. They have a large role in boosting greenhouse gas emissions throughout the economy of Beijing. As the basis and supporter of production activities, the electricity production and the transportation sectors were the greatest givers. More emphasis should be placed on using clean energy and carbon capture and storage technologies to reduce emissions within these sectors. Based on the roles played by these sectors in greenhouse gas emissions, some policy implications were proposed for energy utilization and carbon emissions trading.
KeywordInput–output Sectoral roles Greenhouse gas emissions Carbon emissions trading Energy utilization Beijing
DOI10.1186/s40064-016-2982-y
Language英语
WOS IDBMC:10.1186/s40064-016-2982-y
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ia.ac.cn/handle/173211/24445
Collection中国科学院自动化研究所
Corresponding AuthorGe,Jianping; Xu,Qun
Affiliation1.China University of Geosciences (Beijing); School of Humanities and Economic Management
2.Ministry of Land and Resources; Key Laboratory of Carrying Capacity Assessment for Resource and Environment
3.Institute of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences; The State Key Laboratory of Management and Control for Complex Systems
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Ge,Jianping,Lei,Yalin,Xu,Qun,et al. Sectoral roles in greenhouse gas emissions and policy implications for energy utilization and carbon emissions trading: a case study of Beijing, China[J]. SpringerPlus,2016,5(1).
APA Ge,Jianping,Lei,Yalin,Xu,Qun,&Wang,Xibo.(2016).Sectoral roles in greenhouse gas emissions and policy implications for energy utilization and carbon emissions trading: a case study of Beijing, China.SpringerPlus,5(1).
MLA Ge,Jianping,et al."Sectoral roles in greenhouse gas emissions and policy implications for energy utilization and carbon emissions trading: a case study of Beijing, China".SpringerPlus 5.1(2016).
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