Procedia Environmental Sciences | VOL. 4

Energy consumption and carbon emissions in a coastal city in China

Publication Date Jan 1, 2011


Analyses of energy consumption and carbon emissions in Tianjin are ways to understand the dynamics of developing cities in China. Using carbon emission calculation methodology recommended by IPCC, the amount of energy consumption and carbon emissions in Tianjin were calculated from 1995 to 2007. The results showed that the energy consumption structure in Tianjin relied on coal. Annual carbon emission was 26.37 million tons with growth of 4.48% per year; Sc (carbon emission per GDP) reduced year by year, and Se (carbon emission per energy consumption) decreased overall. We also proposed countermeasures to reduce carbon emissions from energy consumption.


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