Elements of Global Roadmap for Climate Sustainability: Factors Affecting the Reduction of CO2 Emissions
Contraction and Convergence model provides one transparent solution with equal per capita emissions for the mitigation of CO2 emissions. The model requires considerable emission reductions, which, according to our study, seem to be possible when the changes are analyzed from the point of view of emission intensity development.
KeywordsContraction and convergence model decomposition analysis CO2 emission mitigation emission intensity
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