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Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Cenjie Liu; Yong Jiang; Rui Xie
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Considering the short- and long-term impacts of income inequality on carbon emissions, as well as the heterogeneity of the emission distribution, this paper employs panel ARDL and quantile regression models to analyze the effect of income inequality on carbon emissions across US states. The findings suggest that higher income inequality increases US carbon emissions in the short term, whereas it promotes carbon reduction in the long term. Furthermore, we find that the absolute values for the...
Topics: Carbon emissions, Income inequality, Panel ARDL model, Quantile regression
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Shijie Li; Chunshan Zhou; Shaojian Wang
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Modernization refers to the general trend of developmental progress that occurs within human societies. We now know that global warming, a result of carbon dioxide emissions, severely threatens the sustainability of human society. It is therefore of significant theoretical and practical implications that the scientific community more thoroughly investigate the impacts of modernization on CO 2 emissions. Surprisingly, only a limited number of studies have addressed this topic previously. As the...
Topics: Carbon dioxide emission, China, Climate change, Modernization, Panel data
Mendeley Climate Change Library
by Elia Elisa Cia Alves; Andrea Steiner; Marcelo de Almeida Medeiros; Marcelo Eduardo Alves da Silva
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How do renewable energy policies (REPs) diffuse internationally? Are there differences between developed and developing countries? Which actors are diffusing these REPs? Also, what predominates when considering REP diffusion, national or international factors? The goal of this paper is to analyze the main vectors and actors that influence renewable energy policy adoption and identify differences between developed and developing countries. We access those questions by a mixed method analysis:...
Topics: Panel analysis, Poisson regression model, Policy diffusion, Renewable energy
Renewable energy consumption has been promoted to mitigate climate change problems under various schemes, such as the Kyoto Protocol and the Paris Agreement. A country's choice of energy resources depends on the balancing of economic growth and environmental degradation, which will be closely related to its development stage. This study examines how the relationship between renewable energy consumption and carbon emissions is associated with the development stage by applying a panel...
Topics: Carbon emissions, Panel cointegration analysis, Renewable energy consumption
To develop renewable energy as well as promote China's transition to a low-carbon economy, the government needs to pay attention to renewable energy technological innovation (RETI). Using China's provincial panel data from 2000 to 2015, and regarding the CO 2 emissions as the proxy of climate change, this paper identifies the relationship between RETI and CO 2 emissions as well as seeks to confirm the role of RETI on climate change. The linear regression model confirms that the RETI has a...
Topics: Panel threshold model, Renewable energy technological innovation