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- Chia-Lin Chang; Michael McAleer; Guangdong Zuo
- Sustainability 2017 v.9 no.10 pp. -
- European Union; air pollutants; air pollution; air quality; anthropogenic activities; burning; carbon; carbon dioxide; climate change; coal; electricity; emissions; futures trading; greenhouse gases; heat; normal distribution; oils; petroleum; prices; public health; transportation; Europe; United States
- ... Recent research shows that the efforts to limit climate change should focus on reducing the emissions of carbon dioxide over other greenhouse gases or air pollutants. Many countries are paying substantial attention to carbon emissions to improve air quality and public health. The largest source of carbon emissions from human activities in some countries in Europe and elsewhere is from burning foss ...
- Federico Martellozzo; David M. Landholm; Anne Holsten
- Regional environmental change 2019 v.19 no.4 pp. 953-966
- anthropogenic activities; carbon; climate change; greenhouse gases; industry; issues and policy; lifestyle; Europe
- ... Anthropogenic activities are mainly responsible for the accelerated pace and magnitude of global environmental and climate change. Although several programs aiming at fuelling climate change mitigation have been adopted internationally in the last decades and localized improvements have been observed, the results expected by international institutions are regrettably still out of reach. Meanwhile, ...