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Stabilising Climate through Low Carbon Actions in Asia: Road to COP21 and Beyond
Economic analysis of environmental policy asserts that the negative impact of economic activities on the environment constitutes an externality. Environmental policies are designed to deal with externalities either by internalizing environmental costs or imposing specific standards for environmental pollution. In this research we aim to clarify the...
Annual Conference of Japan Society of Environmental Economics and Policy Studies (JSEEPS)
This paper identifies barriers hindering implementation and investment by companies in low-carbon technologies (LCTs) for energy saving and greenhouse gas reduction, through a survey study targeting petrochemical industries in Korea. A total of 35 samples were analyzed by employing statistical analysis and ordered logistic regression. Out of this...
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