Managing a Sustainable and Low-Carbon Society

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June 2023
284 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7943-6 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-7942-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Managing a Sustainable and Low-Carbon Society that was published in

Environmental & Earth Sciences
Medicine & Pharmacology
Public Health & Healthcare

Modern society faces various global and regional challenges, including climate change and sustainable development. In order to deal with these challenges, society must be managed properly to follow a sustainable and low-carbon pathway. To advance the studies on this topic, 13 articles have been included in a Special Issue of the “International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health”. This is a reprint of the 13 articles published in the Special Issue. The themes covered by the 13 articles include the driving forces of carbon emissions, the carbon market, implications of regional and global low-carbon pathways, green finance, green growth, and air pollution. Various methods have been used in these studies, such as computable general equilibrium (CGE) models, econometric models, and machine learning methods. Most of the articles provide new insights based on evidence from China while the others focus on several regions and the global economy.

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carbon price forecasting; time-varying; high-order moment; NAGARCHSK; gate recurrent unit network; G-11 countries; ageing population; natural resources; globalization; CS-ARDL; resource curse; green growth; import; export; panel threshold model; atmospheric pollution; debt financing cost; environmental penalties; environmental regulatory pressure; heavily polluting firms; state-owned firms; economic contribution; carbon neutral; endogenous technological progress; computable general equilibrium analysis; economic development; carbon tax; carbon trading; community green interaction; environmental emotion; related green purchase behavior; spillover effect; social diffusion mechanism; carbon emissions from energy consumption; decoupling elasticity; spatio-temporal characteristics; improved LMDI model; k-means clustering; map visualization; human capital; green economy efficiency; green innovation; LightGBM machine learning; green growth; industrial upgrading; carbon emission trading pilot; carbon intensity; green technology innovation; environmental governance level; green finance; digital economy; green total factor productivity; digitalization; electricity consumption; carbon emissions; manufacturing industries; net zero; climate change; mitigation; energy model; integrated assessment; CGE model; fossil fuel; energy transition; foreign direct investment; corporate social responsibility; haze pollution; threshold effect; heterogeneity analysis; fixed-effect model

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