TITLE

Carbon Emission Performance Research Based on the "Full Carbon Emission"

AUTHOR(S)
Xuehua Zhang; Xiang Li
PUB. DATE
August 2014
SOURCE
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 1010-1012, p1889
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The full carbon emission is calculated by using the solar emergy as a dimension normalizing tool in this paper. Its accounts include energy consumption carbon emission, potential carbon consumption of biomass resource consumption, and potential carbon consumption of waste emission. Based on it, population carrying capacity of unit carbon emission and economic output of unit carbon emission are taken into comprehensive account to establish the carbon emission performance comprehensive indexes. Taking China's 30 provinces as examples, the assessment results show that the Nationwide should coordinate the relationship among economic, population and carbon emission. Compared with the traditional carbon efficiency evaluation, the carbon comprehensive performance evaluation based on "full carbon emission calculation" can fairly and objectively reflect the effects from modes of both life and production on carbon emission.
ACCESSION #
99605025

 

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