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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 4, Issue 5, Part F (2018)

Modelling Asia: S global warming future

Author(s)
Jan-Erik Lane and Florent Dieterlen
Abstract
Examining the future energy plans for the Asian giants economically, one cannot observe de-carbonisation in accordance with the COP21 Treaty. For sure, there is more of reliance upon renewables, but energy consumption is projected to grow most considerable. Modelling the energy-emission conundrum, one understands that de-carbonisation may be an illusion, used in the politics of the UNFCCC meetings (Conka, 2015; Vogler, 2016). East, South East and South Asia are merging as economic dominants, but they have little preparation for de-carbonisaion.
Pages: 388-394  |  254 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Jan-Erik Lane and Florent Dieterlen. Modelling Asia: S global warming future. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(5): 388-394.
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