A Research on the Development Path of New Urbanization Based on Low-Carbon Perspective

Junying WU


China is in a decisive phase of building a moderately prosperous society, and the steady sequence of urbanization has great significance in promoting economic and social development. While in the process of urbanization, some problems are challenging the development quality of Chinese urbanization and the planning concepts of new urbanization, such as urban industrial pollution, agricultural high carbon emissions, high-carbon lifestyle of urban residents, etc.. Therefore, from low-carbon perspective and with the current status of Chinese urbanization development as the object for the study, the paper introduces the mainly high-carbon emissions in all aspects of the urbanization process in China and proposes a low-carbon ecological path for the sustainable development in the future.


New urbanization; Low-carbon; High-carbon problems

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/%25x


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