Research on Energy Policies and Economic Development for a Carbon Reduction Era in Taiwan


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Aside from the changes happening to the life around the world, global warming also threats commercial activities. The transition to a low carbon world will transform our whole economy. Additionally, a low carbon industrial strategy must seize the opportunities that will come with change: a new industrial activism for a new green industrial revolution. When we are pursuing economic growth, it is required to take environmental influences into consideration. Especially, when governmental effort is spent to regulate economic policies, it is required to promote low carbon economy with sustainable and feasible policies and measures beneficial for the environment. Under the background of global warming, the low carbon economic themed with low energy consumption, and low pollution has become a global hot spot.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 869-870)

Edited by:

Qunjie Xu, Hui Li and Qiaoxia Li




W. C. Lin and T. R. Chen, "Research on Energy Policies and Economic Development for a Carbon Reduction Era in Taiwan", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 869-870, pp. 513-516, 2014

Online since:

December 2013




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