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The Economics of Climate Change
Submission Deadline: October 15, 2022 (Open) Submit Now
Xiaolin Wang, PhD, Professor
School of Engineering, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
Research Interests: Application and utilization of renewable energy; Thermodynamics of cooling and power systems; Phase change energy storage; Development of new processes in the thermally driven air-conditioning and desalination; Development of environmentally friendly low-temperature heat driven sorption chiller technologies; Adsorption assisted gas storage such as methane, hydrogen and carbon dioxide storage; Development of low-load diesel technology
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Increasing global fossil energy use over the last century has caused serious negative impacts on the climate in various ways. This includes: the increased average temperature of the earth, increased greenhouse gas emissions, pollution, water scarcity, weather pattern, deterioration of public health etc. This has forced researchers, scientists, and policymakers to consider and implement distinct climate change policies to minimize greenhouse gas emissions. Economic consideration plays a crucial role in the implementation of new climate change policies. This special issue calls for research contributions on the impact of natural and human-made activities on climate change and how economic analysis can contribute to successful development and integration of such climate change policies at all scales from the local to global. Original research reports, review articles, communications, and perspectives from around the world are welcome in all areas pertinent to the topic.
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