LIU Zhan-yu, SUN Xia-ling. Study on Carbon Emission Driving Factors and Low-carbon Policy of Transportation Industry in Henan Province[J]. International Journal of Plant Engineering and Management, 2018, 23(1): 32-37

Study on Carbon Emission Driving Factors and Low-carbon Policy of Transportation Industry in Henan Province
LIU Zhan-yu1,2, SUN Xia-ling1,2
1. Research Center for Energy Economy, Henan Polytechnic University, He'nan Jiaozuo 454000, China;
2. Taihang Development Research Institute, Henan Polytechnic University, He'nan Jiaozuo 454000, China
The transportation industry is the basic industry of national economic development. At the same time, it is the only industry in China that has continuously increased CO2 emissions, and the high energy consumption problems have not been solved. Henan province, as a major energy consumption province, it is urgent to improve the supply quality of transportation industry. The paper uses the IPCC calculation method for carbon emission to calculate the CO2 emissions of transportation industry in Henan province from 2004 to 2014. Then, this paper uses the LMDI method to decompose the CO2 emission in the transportation industry and give the proposal to reduce the CO2 emission according to the CO2 emission drivers.
Key words:    transportation industry    CO2 emissions    driving factors    low-carbon policy   
Received: 2017-09-11     Revised:
DOI: 10.13434/j.cnki.1007-4546.2018.0105
Funds: This paper is supported by Research on the National Social Science Fund of Henan Polytechnic University(GSKY2017-28)
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