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Climate Change and Industry Structure in China
Mitigation Strategy


Chu Wei

ISBN 9780367435776
Published February 28, 2020 by Routledge
170 Pages 14 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

In order to effectively address global warming, many countries have significantly reduced the amount of carbon dioxide emissions that are put into the atmosphere. From the perspective of industrial structure, this volume examines the emission reduction potentials and abatement costs in China. By making an empirical analysis of the emission reduction, the author proposes some practical strategies.
   The book comprehensively summarizes related theories and research of contaminant disposal modeling, and estimates the shadow price of interprovincial CO2 emissions, the emission reduction potential of different regions, and the marginal emission reduction cost based on the parametric model. It finally puts forward the strategy to adjust the industrial structure in China.
   The book hence provides solid evidence for policy-makers to help mitigate CO2 emissions through industrial restructuring strategy.

Table of Contents

List of figures.  List of tables.  Preface  PART Iļ¼šEmission Reduction Analysis  Chapter 1 Literature Review of Contaminant Disposal Modeling under the Productivity Framework  Chapter 2 Interprovincial CO2 shadow price research based on parametric model  Chapter 3 Regional Decomposition of CO2 Emission Reduction Potential and Emission Reduction Targets  Chapter 4 Research on CO2 marginal abatement cost in Chinese cities  PART II: Strategic Response  Chapter 5 Industrial restructuring strategy to mitigate and control CO2 emissions  References.  Index

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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.