Sustainable Energy Development under Climate Change
AbstractThe world faces unprecedented threats from climate change and increasing variability, which severely impacts human society and the natural environment. To reduce future climate change and ensure our economies can grow in a sustainable way, sustainable energy development is considered to be an effective approach. In this context, sustainable energy development involves augmenting our energy supplies and managing demands in a fashion that societal energy needs are met with a minimal effect on greenhouse gas emissions and a nominal resultant contribution to future climate change. In this Special Issue, research papers focus on the role of sustainable energy development (while addressing important dimensions of sustainability), which mandates an inter-disciplinary perspective in all articles. We collected 11 such papers that have analyzed a broad array of topics related to bioenergy, wind power, industrial innovation, and climate change mitigation. These papers show the varied application of renewable energy and climate change energy responses, while providing meaningful decision-making information and policy implications. View Full-Text
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Kung, C.-C.; McCarl, B.A. Sustainable Energy Development under Climate Change. Sustainability 2018, 10, 3269.
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Kung, Chih-Chun; McCarl, Bruce A. 2018. "Sustainable Energy Development under Climate Change." Sustainability 10, no. 9: 3269.
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