Low Carbon Economic Mode of Hunan Province Based on System Dynamics

Lin Wu
July 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 962-965, p2351
Academic Journal
System dynamics was used to analyze the Low-carbon economy in Hunan province form the perspective of economic, social, energy and environmental. Based on the analysis of the subsystems characteristics and internal factors affect between the various subsystems constructed Low-carbon economy system dynamics model in Hunan province was build. Constraint and exogenous variables analysis based on the model structure was taken. And from the perspective of economic planning, the policy system of low carbon economy and carbon trading and carbon compensation system, offered proposals for the promotion of Low-carbon economy in Hunan province.


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