A Study on Industrial Carbon Emission from the Perspective of Scale-Structure-Technology
The control of total carbon emission is the final goal of carbon emission reduction. And industrial carbon emission is the elementary unit of total carbon emission. Based on existing studies. The author combines input-output analysis and factors distribution method and chooses more comprehensive technical progress indicators compared to previous studies, being able to cover utilization efficiencies of such various intermediate inputs as energy products and non-energy products. Through this analysis, the author obtains not only the influence of various factors on industrial carbon emission but also the influence of different industries on national carbon emission, providing a theoretical basis and data support for the total national carbon emission from the perspective of industrial emission reduction.
KeywordsCarbon emission Coefficient of complete carbon emission Input-output Factors distribution Industrial structure
This study was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (71704127), the National Social Science Foundation of China (16CJL35) and the Social Science “Thirteenth Five-Year Plan” Project of Sichuan Province (SC17TJ014).
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