Strategic Development of Beibu Gulf Economic Zone of Guangxi: From the Perspective of Low Carbon Economy

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Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 242)

Abstract

Low-carbon economy is an economic mode which features the reduction of CO2 emission in the process of production and consumption. Accelerating the development of marine low-carbon economy is a fundamental choice for future development. The Beibu Gulf Economic Zone of Guangxi (BGEZ) enjoys a long coastline and covers 123,000 km2, which known as the last uncultivated coastal area in China. The current marine low-carbon economy in Beibu Gulf has limiting factors such as institutional building falls behind and shortage of technology and human resources, etc. However, there are also some unique advantages of BGEZ developing its low carbon strategies. Simply applying the inland development model to the marine economic development will bring new disasters to marine ecosystem as well as social and economic system. This article aims to develop a strategy of BGEZ’s marine industry in the perspective of low carbon economy. Various strategic steps to improve the BGEZ’s institutional systems and industrial structure and to introduce advanced marine technology of BGEZ are also being explored.

Keywords

Marine economy Beibu gulf economic zone Strategy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Business School, Guangxi UniversityNanningPeople’s Republic of China
  2. 2.Baise UniversityBaisePeople’s Republic of China

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