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Economic activity and the greenhouse effect

Economic activity and the greenhouse effect

Economics of the environment: selected readings: 484-496

This paper shows that it would not be easy for the industrial nations to significantly curb global emissions of CO2 without cooperation from the developing world. It decomposes trends in CO2 emissions generated by commercial energy consumption for various groups of countries between 1973 and 1986 to indicate the relative contributions of changes in population, per caput GDP, energy intensity of production, and CO2 intensity of fuel.

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