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Analysis of Coronavirus and carbon emissions

Molintas, Dominique Trual (2020): Analysis of Coronavirus and carbon emissions.


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Snapshots of the phenomenon coronavirus serves as the laboratory of epistemologies for development. Factors of development are capital formation and natural resources; condition of foreign trade, economic system and political freedom. The word factor is defined as the influence that contributes to, otherwise enable conclusive results or outcomes—and development is defined as the positive change from current situation per’se. Development is a process, for the reason that change is a constant inevitable part of life; whereby notions of development turnout ambiguous when without specific parameters and figures to bolster arguments or whenever nonspecific. This paper presents the development impact on trade and ecology, economy and capital formation, as a result of the coronavirus phenomenon; specifically the equivalent elucidations by the slash in CO2 emissions and reduced global warming in China.

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