Approaches to Realizing Low Carbonization of Industries in the Western Region of China and Building Evaluation Indicator System

Mingxuan TIAN

Abstract


China is undergoing the development of industrialization and new-type urbanization, during which period the conflict between the economic development and environment and resources is very prominent, and during which time the economy is showing high-carbon characteristics. However, low-carbon economy is to abandon the traditional “high-carbon” development model, and is to achieve comprehensive development of society, economy and ecology. Based on the theory of low-carbon economy, this paper identifies two dimensions of industrial low carbonization, that is, horizontal dimension and the vertical dimension, then it tries to build an indicator system for evaluating the low carbonization of industries. Besides, the paper proceeds from the evaluation indicator system and from the circumstances of Chongqing city to explore the approaches to realizing the low-carbon value of industries in the western region of China, thus providing implications for the low-carbon development of industries in western China and for enhancing their core competitiveness.


Keywords


Western region; Low carbonization of industries; Evaluation indicator system; Realization approaches

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6213

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