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Climate Change and Industry Structure in China CO2 Emission Features

By Chu Wei Copyright 2020
    220 Pages 46 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

    220 Pages 46 B/W Illustrations
    by Routledge

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    As carbon dioxide is the most significant source of greenhouse gases today, its emission quantity has become a primary focus of governments, scholars and the general public. From the perspective of industrial structure, the book mainly explores the features of carbon emissions in China.
       The author thoroughly studies related theories and literature about industrial structure and climate change, and reviews the different development histories of developed countries and China. Based on historical data, this volume discusses the influence of interprovincial industrial structure and income level on carbon emissions, and tries to estimate different industrial sectors' carbon emissions. It especially studies the case of Zhejiang Province, and analyses several factors which affect CO2 emissions.
       The book provides international readers with rich information about the characteristics, patterns and drivers of China’s CO2 emissions, which will definitely help scholars and students better understand China's economy.

    List of figures.  List of tables.  Preface  I: Theories and Practice  Chapter 1 Industrial Structure in China and Emission of Greenhouse Gases  Chapter 2 Interconnections between Industrial Structure and Climate Change  II: Emission Features  Chapter 4 Research on the Relationship Between Interprovincial Industrial Structure, Income Level and CO2 Emissions  Chapter 5 Quantitative Assessment of CO2 Emissions from China's Production Sector  Chapter 6 Quantitative Evaluation and Analysis of CO2 Emissions in China's Industrial Sector  Chapter 7 Analysis of Industrial CO2 Emissions and Influencing Factors: A Case Study of Zhejiang Province  References.  Index


    Wei Chu is a professor at Renmin University of China. His research focuses on the analysis of energy efficiency, evaluation of abatement cost of pollutants and the residential energy demand.