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Carbon dioxide emissions mitigation strategies’ performance

AGUIR BARGAOUI, Saoussen (2019): Carbon dioxide emissions mitigation strategies’ performance.

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Abstract

The climate change matter is due to Green House Gas Emissions produced essentially by CO2 emissions. To overcome this problem, decision markers developed several policies among them the adoption of energy efficient measures and the development of renewable energies. Using a panel data analysis, this paper tries to investigate the impact of adoption of such solutions on emissions levels for 161 countries during the period 1985-2014. Estimation results demonstrate that the magnitude of emissions reduction is more important for energy efficiency and that the role of renewable energy still insufficient yet. Furthermore, we proved that non-renewable energy, income per capita and population growth are destructive facts of environmental quality.

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