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Nov
26

Practices of low carbon economy in China: Challenges and Opportunities for Economic Development

Global warming is a major concern in the globalized world in the aspect of industrialization. Low carbon practices are the major strategies to control global warming. Low carbon economy is the fundamental pattern of the mainstream economy in the perspective of ecology. The aim of this study is to explore the status of low carbon […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
26

Low carbon policy and action in the Chinese mainland: an overview of development

This paper analyzes existing low carbon policies as well as policy instruments in the Chinese mainland, where policy making is focused shapely on how to enhance energy efficiency in the high energy-consuming sector of industry to ensure optimal reduction of its energy intensity and carbon emission. In terms of implementation, command and control instruments significantly […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
16

Water governance for sustainable development: International practices and implication for the Mekong Delta Region

By Thang Vo, Thong Tran and Duy Luong Water governance takes a vital role in sustainable development in the developing world. Population growth, economic development and technological improvement have raised the water demand but water supply is becoming unstable due to natural changes. Water scarcity leads to not only environmental pressures but also social tensions […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Culture in City Reconstruction and Recovery

As urban growth and development continue at a breathtaking pace across the world, cities are increasingly bearing the brunt of conflicts, crises and disasters, which themselves are growing in number, magnitude and complexity. The convergence of these two trends – increasing urbanization and growing crises – demands an enhanced approach to city reconstruction and recovery, […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
13

Developing more insights on Sustainable consumption in China based on Q Methodology

Being an important aspect of sustainable development, sustainable consumption has attracted great attention among Chinese politicians and academia, and Chinese governments have established policies that encourage sustainable consumption behaviors. However, unsustainable consumption behavior still remains predominant in China. This paper aims to classify consumers with similar traits, in terms of the characteristics of practicing sustainable […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
13

Exploring perceptions of sustainable development in South Korea: An Approach based on Advocacy Coalition Framework’s Belief System

The concept of sustainable development has been criticized for its broadness and ambiguity that permits different interpretations in separate views. However, the prior studies on sustainable development generally relied on survey data, so they have some limitations that preclude congruent conclusions. In contrast to prior studies, we used Q methodology, which is designed to investigate […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
09

CO2 Mitigation Measures of Power sector and its integrated Optimization in China

Power sector is responsible for about 40% of the total CO2 emissions in the world and plays a leading role in climate change mitigation. In this study, measures that lower CO2 emissions from the supply side, demand side, and power grid are discussed, based on which, an integrated optimization model of CO2 mitigation (IOCM) is […]

By Bui Van Luc | Science work
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Nov
09

Identifying the determinants of CO2 change emission in China’s power sector

Power sector is significantly important for China to achieve the CO2 emission reduction targets. In this study, we analyze the features of CO2 emissions and environment effect in China’s power sector, investigate the driving factors of CO2 emission change based on the logarithmic mean Divisia index (LMDI) method, and evaluate the mitigation potential of CO2 […]

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