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Key Laboratory of Pollution Ecology and Environmental Engineering, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Shenyang 110016, China

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Institute for Applied Material Flow Management, University of Applied Sciences Trier, Birkenfeld D-55768, Germany



These authors contributed equally to this work.





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Abstract Issues on climate change have been recognized as serious challenges for regional sustainable development both at a global and local level. Given the background that most of the artificial carbon emissions are resulted from the energy consumption sector and the energy is also the key element resource for economic development, this paper investigated the relationship between CO2 emission, fossil energy consumption, and economic growth in the period 1970–2008 of nine European countries, based on the approach of Granger Causality Test, followed by the risk analysis on impacts of CO2 reduction to local economic growth classified by the indicator of causality degree. The results show that there are various feedback causal relationships between carbon emission, energy consumption and economic growth, with both unidirectional and dual-directional Granger causality. The impact of reducing CO2 emission to economic growth varies between countries as well. View Full-Text

Keywords: climate change; carbon reduction; regional disparity; causality test; European countries climate change; carbon reduction; regional disparity; causality test; European countries





Autor: Bing Xue 1,* , Yong Geng 1,†, Katrin Müller 2,†, Chengpeng Lu 1,† and Wanxia Ren 1,†

Fuente: http://mdpi.com/



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