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Decomposition and decoupling analysis of electricity consumption carbon emissions in China

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 486-498 doi: 10.1007/s42524-022-0215-3

Abstract: In this study, we build a power consumption carbon emission measurement model based on the operatingdecomposition and decoupling technology of logarithmic mean Divisia index method to quantify six effects (emissionand population scale) and comprehensively reflect the degree of dependence of electricity consumption carbonMoreover, we utilize the decoupling model to analyze the decoupling state between carbon emissions andThe results of this study provide a new perspective to understand carbon emission reduction potentials

Keywords: electricity consumption carbon emission measurement     LMDI model     decoupling model     data driven    

Construction of Near-Zero-Carbon Manufacturing System under the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

Cheng Runting , Zhang Yongjun , Li Licheng , Ding Maosheng , Lin Jingchun , Zhang Chunfeng , Han Yongxia

Strategic Study of CAE 2024, Volume 26, Issue 1,   Pages 68-79 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2023.07.037

Abstract:

The carbon peaking and carbon neutralization goals as well as the carbonreduction in China to achieve low- and zero-carbon transformation of its manufacturing industrycontent from the major dimensions of key technologies, measurement basis, and market driving forcemeasurement system to clarify carbon emission responsibilities.the carbon markets both in China and abroad.

Keywords: European Union emissions trading system     Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism     zero-carbon transformation     carbon emission measurement     carbon emission trading market    

Spatiotemporal distribution, environmental risk and carbon emission reduction potential of livestock

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2024552

Abstract:

● Production, distributions and environmental risks of LM in Shaanxi were studied.

Keywords: Livestock manure     emission estimation     N and P loads     biogas potential     carbon emission reduction    

How to auction carbon emission allowances?

Frontiers of Engineering Management doi: 10.1007/s42524-023-0295-8

Abstract: There is notable variability in carbon emission reduction efforts across different provinces in China, underscoring the need for effective strategies to implement carbon emission allowance auctions.Beijing, and Zhejiang — this study employs a system dynamics simulation model to explore markets for carbonZhejiang. (2) In Ningxia, there’s a potential for a 6.20% increase in GDP alongside a 21.59% reduction in carbonPortfolio Standards, significantly influence the optimal auction strategies but have minimal effect on carbon

Keywords: carbon allowances     carbon allowance auctions     carbon emissions trading     Renewable Portfolio Standard    

Quantification of emission variability for off-road equipment in China based on real-world measurements

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 2, doi: 10.1007/s11783-021-1455-x

Abstract:

• Emissions from 53 in-use diesel-fueled off-road equipment were measured.

Keywords: Off-road equipment     Portable emission measurement system (PEMS)     Real-world emissions     Diesel engine    

Life cycle carbon emission assessment of a multi-purpose university building: A case study of Sri Lanka

Ramya KUMANAYAKE, Hanbin LUO

Frontiers of Engineering Management 2018, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 381-393 doi: 10.15302/J-FEM-2018055

Abstract:

Buildings are known to significantly affect the global carbon emissions throughout their life cycleTo mitigate carbon emissions, investigation of the current performance of buildings with regard to energyconsumption and carbon emissions is necessary.This paper presents a process-based life cycle assessment methodology for assessing carbon emissionsThe life cycle carbon emissions of the building were found to be 31.81 kg·m2 CO

Keywords: carbon emission     life cycle assessment     buildings     sustainable construction     Sri Lanka    

Dissolved methane in anaerobic effluent: Emission or recovery?

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-022-1537-4

Abstract: However, dissolved methane in anaerobic effluent appears to be a barrier towards the energy and carbonintend to offer additional insights into the cost-benefit of dissolved methane recovery against its emission

Keywords: Anaerobic treatment     Municipal wastewater     Dissolved methane     Methane recovery     Carbon emission    

Analysis on carbon emission reduction intensity of fuel cell vehicles from a life-cycle perspective

Frontiers in Energy 2024, Volume 18, Issue 1,   Pages 16-27 doi: 10.1007/s11708-023-0909-1

Abstract: The hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is rapidly developing in China for carbon reduction and neutrality.This paper evaluated the life-cycle cost and carbon emission of hydrogen energy via lots of field surveysHowever, a sufficient hydrogen supply can significantly reduce the carbon intensity and FCV energy costThe carbon emission for FCV application has the potential to decrease by 73.1% in City A and 43.8% inIt only takes 11.0%–20.1% of the BEV emission and 8.2%–9.8% of the ICEV emission.

Keywords: hydrogen energy     life-cycle assessment (LCA)     fuel cell vehicle     carbon emission     energy cost    

Analysis of driving forces behind diversified carbon dioxide emission patterns in regions of the mainland

Xin TIAN, Hidefumi IMURA, Miao CHANG, Feng SHI, Hiroki TANIKAWA

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 3,   Pages 445-458 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0330-6

Abstract: China has large regional disparities in carbon dioxide CO emissions with economic development amongThis paper investigates these disparities in CO emission patterns and identifies the factors underlyingChina's mainland provinces (Tibet not included) can be divided into seven groups with three typical CO emissionThe potential application of a domestic carbon emissions trading system, to encourage regional investment

Keywords: carbon dioxide emission patterns     China     economic development     index decomposition analysis     industrialization    

Effects of the US withdrawal from Paris Agreement on the carbon emission space and cost of China and

Hancheng DAI, Yang XIE, Haibin ZHANG, Zhongjue YU, Wentao WANG

Frontiers in Energy 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 362-375 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0574-y

Abstract: As the biggest economy, this would have impacts on the emission space of other countries.emission space and mitigation cost under Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) and 2°C scenariosdue to changed emission pathway of the US.emission space and decrease its mitigation cost.However, the carbon emission space of other regions, including China and India, will be reduced and their

Keywords: Paris Agreement     China and India     the US withdrawal     carbon emission space     mitigation cost    

Carbon emission analysis of a residential building in China through life cycle assessment

Yin ZHANG,Xuejing ZHENG,Huan ZHANG,Gaofeng CHEN,Xia WANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2016, Volume 10, Issue 1,   Pages 150-158 doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0684-7

Abstract: In this paper, a quantitative life cycle model for carbon emission accounting was developed based onemission models.The analysis suggest that thicker insulating layer does not necessarily produce less carbon emissionslife cycle will rise as well but its unit carbon emission will decrease inversely.Some advices on controlling carbon emissions from buildings are also provided.

Keywords: life cycle assessment     carbon emission     factor influence analysis    

Wastewater treatment meets artificial photosynthesis: Solar to green fuel production, water remediation and carbonemission reduction

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2022, Volume 16, Issue 4, doi: 10.1007/s11783-022-1536-5

Abstract:

• Mitigating energy utilization and carbon emission is urgent for wastewater

Keywords: Wastewater treatment     Artificial photosynthesis     Microbial photoelectrochemical (MPEC) system     Carbon    

Peak CO

Sheng ZHOU, Maosheng DUAN, Zhiyi YUAN, Xunmin OU

Frontiers in Energy 2020, Volume 14, Issue 4,   Pages 740-758 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0558-y

Abstract: In the BAU scenario, CO emission will peak in 2025 at 70 million tons of carbon dioxide (MtCO ), andrestructuring the economy, improving energy efficiency, capping coal consumption, and using more low-carbon/carbon free fuel are recommended in Dezhou city peaked CO emission as early as possible.

Keywords: carbon dioxide emission     energy consumption     peak CO2 emission     low-carbon transition     Dezhou    

Presetting Method for Embodied Carbon Emission Limit of Building Structures

Xiao Jianzhuang, Xia Bing,Xiao Xuwen,Hu Xiaolong,Ding Tao,Zhou Ying,Zhu Hehua

Strategic Study of CAE 2023, Volume 25, Issue 2,   Pages 187-197 doi: 10.15302/J-SSCAE-2023.02.016

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The embodied carbon emission limit is a key parameter for quantitativelyStarting from the social carbon emission reduction pathway toward carbon neutrality, a carbon emissionpeaking and neutrality goals in China, and correspondingly, the carbon emission limits for four Besides, the expected trends of carbon emission limits during the year 2022 and 2060 have also been estimatedFurthermore, suggestions for research related to carbon emission limit are provided from the aspects

Keywords: building structures     embodied carbon emission limit     carbon emission reduction target decomposition     carbon peaking and neutrality     low-carbon design    

GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM LIVESTOCK IN CHINA AND MITIGATION OPTIONS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CARBON

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2023, Volume 10, Issue 2,   Pages 226-233 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2023486

Abstract:

● Livestock is major greenhouse gas source in agriculture in China.

Keywords: animal husbandry     emission reduction solutions     feed improvement     greenhouse gases emission     manure management    

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Decomposition and decoupling analysis of electricity consumption carbon emissions in China

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Construction of Near-Zero-Carbon Manufacturing System under the Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism

Cheng Runting , Zhang Yongjun , Li Licheng , Ding Maosheng , Lin Jingchun , Zhang Chunfeng , Han Yongxia

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Spatiotemporal distribution, environmental risk and carbon emission reduction potential of livestock

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How to auction carbon emission allowances?

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Quantification of emission variability for off-road equipment in China based on real-world measurements

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Life cycle carbon emission assessment of a multi-purpose university building: A case study of Sri Lanka

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Dissolved methane in anaerobic effluent: Emission or recovery?

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Analysis on carbon emission reduction intensity of fuel cell vehicles from a life-cycle perspective

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Analysis of driving forces behind diversified carbon dioxide emission patterns in regions of the mainland

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Effects of the US withdrawal from Paris Agreement on the carbon emission space and cost of China and

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Carbon emission analysis of a residential building in China through life cycle assessment

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Wastewater treatment meets artificial photosynthesis: Solar to green fuel production, water remediation and carbonemission reduction

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Peak CO

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Presetting Method for Embodied Carbon Emission Limit of Building Structures

Xiao Jianzhuang, Xia Bing,Xiao Xuwen,Hu Xiaolong,Ding Tao,Zhou Ying,Zhu Hehua

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GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS FROM LIVESTOCK IN CHINA AND MITIGATION OPTIONS WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF CARBON

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