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Below50 on yksi uusimmista kestävien polttoaineiden aloitteista ja se yhdistää edelläkävijäyrityksiä ja World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) ja Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) -järjestöt. Aloite julkistettiin kesäkuussa 2016. UPM uudistaa bio- ja metsäteollisuutta. Rakennamme kestävää tulevaisuutta kuudella liiketoiminta-alueella: UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Specialty Papers, UPM Paper ENA ja UPM Plywood. Tuotteemme valmistetaan uusiutuvista raaka-aineista ja ne ovat kierrätettäviä. Palvelemme asiakkaitamme maailmanlaajuisesti. Yhtiössämme työskentelee noin 19 600 henkilöä ja vuosittainen liikevaihtomme on noin 10 miljardia euroa. UPM:n osakkeet on listattu Helsingin pörssissä. UPM - The Biofore Company - www.upm.fi Below50 on uudenlainen edistyneiden yritysten yhteenliittymä jonka taustalla ovat World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) ja Energy for All (SE4ALL) tavoitteenaan edistää luokkansa parhaita vähähiilisiä polttoaineita, niiden käyttöä ja kehitystä. Below50 perustettiin vähähiilisen teknologian hankkeen myötä (Low Carbon Technology Partnership initiative) ja sen tavoitteena on kasvattaa maailmanlaajuista yritysmarkkinaa markkinoiden parhaille vähähiilisille polttoaineille. Yritys, joka tuottaa, käyttää tai investoi polttoaineisiin jotka ovat vähintään 50% vähähiilisempiä kuin fossiiliset polttoaineet voi liittyä mukaan below50 hankkeeseen. Yritysten pitää julkisesti sitoutua kampanjaan, todentaa sitoumuksensa ja raportoida tavoitteen saavuttamisesta.  www.below50.org


Below50 on yksi uusimmista kestävien polttoaineiden aloitteista ja se yhdistää edelläkävijäyrityksiä ja World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) ja Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) -järjestöt. Aloite julkistettiin kesäkuussa 2016. UPM uudistaa bio- ja metsäteollisuutta. Rakennamme kestävää tulevaisuutta kuudella liiketoiminta-alueella: UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Specialty Papers, UPM Paper ENA ja UPM Plywood. Tuotteemme valmistetaan uusiutuvista raaka-aineista ja ne ovat kierrätettäviä. Palvelemme asiakkaitamme maailmanlaajuisesti. Yhtiössämme työskentelee noin 19 600 henkilöä ja vuosittainen liikevaihtomme on noin 10 miljardia euroa. UPM:n osakkeet on listattu Helsingin pörssissä. UPM - The Biofore Company - www.upm.fi Below50 on uudenlainen edistyneiden yritysten yhteenliittymä jonka taustalla ovat World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) ja Energy for All (SE4ALL) tavoitteenaan edistää luokkansa parhaita vähähiilisiä polttoaineita, niiden käyttöä ja kehitystä. Below50 perustettiin vähähiilisen teknologian hankkeen myötä (Low Carbon Technology Partnership initiative) ja sen tavoitteena on kasvattaa maailmanlaajuista yritysmarkkinaa markkinoiden parhaille vähähiilisille polttoaineille. Yritys, joka tuottaa, käyttää tai investoi polttoaineisiin jotka ovat vähintään 50% vähähiilisempiä kuin fossiiliset polttoaineet voi liittyä mukaan below50 hankkeeseen. Yritysten pitää julkisesti sitoutua kampanjaan, todentaa sitoumuksensa ja raportoida tavoitteen saavuttamisesta.  www.below50.org


(UPM, Helsinki, 15 November 2016 at 14:30 EET) - UPM Biofuels has joined the below50 coalition to promote the most sustainable fuels that can achieve significant carbon reductions - and scale up their development and use. Any company which produces, uses or invests in fuels that are at least 50% less carbon intensive than conventional fossil fuels can join below50. Companies must publicly commit to the campaign, show evidence that supports their claim, and disclose their progress towards achieving this goal. "Below50 sends out an important message on the need to scale up the global market for sustainable biofuels. Advanced biofuels provide a fast track to decarbonising transport. UPM has been producing its wood-based renewable drop-in diesel for almost two years now. Market reaction to our innovative UPM BioVerno - which provides up to 80% GHG reduction - has been very positive. We believe consumers will increasingly appreciate the environmental and social benefits of truly advanced biofuels," says Sari Mannonen, Vice President, UPM Biofuels. Below50 is one of the newest initiatives in sustainable fuels, and it brings together forward-thinking businesses with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) and Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL). The initiative was launched in June 2016. "Our industry needs global collaboration platforms and the message conveyed by below50 fits UPM Biofuel's strategy very well," concludes Sari Mannonen. For further information please contact: Sari Mannonen, Vice President, UPM Biofuels, tel. +358 45 265 1345 UPM Biofuels UPM plans to become a major player in high quality, advanced biofuels for transport. Biofuels are an essential part of the Biofore strategy. The innovative wood-based biofuels developed by the company and their production technologies are part of a sustainable future. UPM's biofuels are frontrunners in quality, usability and sustainability. They will significantly decrease greenhouse gas emissions compared to fossil fuels. www.upmbiofuels.com UPM Through the renewing of the bio and forest industries, UPM is building a sustainable future across six business areas: UPM Biorefining, UPM Energy, UPM Raflatac, UPM Specialty Papers, UPM Paper ENA and UPM Plywood. Our products are made of renewable raw materials and are recyclable. We serve our customers worldwide. The group employs around 19,600 people and its annual sales are approximately EUR 10 billion. UPM shares are listed on NASDAQ OMX Helsinki. UPM - The Biofore Company - www.upm.com Below50 is a ground-breaking initiative that brings forward-thinking businesses together with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), Roundtable for Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) and Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) to promote the best-of-breed of sustainable fuels that can achieve significant carbon reductions, and scale up their development and use. A key outcome of the Low Carbon Technology Partnerships initiative (LCTPi), below50 is a game-changing collaboration designed to grow a global corporate market for the best-of-breed sustainable low-carbon transport fuels (LCTFs). Any company who produces, uses and/or invests in fuels that are at least 50% less carbon intensive than conventional fossil fuels can join below50. Companies must publicly commit to the campaign, show evidence that supports their claim, and disclose their progress towards achieving this goal. www.below50.org


« Waymo suing Otto and Uber over autonomous driving technology | Main | Volkswagen Group says making good progress in its retrofit campaign for diesel models » Toyota Motor Corporation delivered the first fuel cell bus (FC bus) sold under the Toyota brand to the Bureau of Transportation of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. This FC bus will be put into operation as a Toei route bus in March along with a second bus that is scheduled for delivery in the same month. Toyota plans to introduce more than 100 FC buses mainly within the Tokyo area, ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The increased use of FC buses in urban areas is expected to help raise the level of understanding by the general public regarding the use of FC buses as a form of public transportation. The Toyota Fuel Cell System (TFCS), which was developed for the Mirai fuel cell vehicle (FCV), has been adopted to provide better energy efficiency in comparison with internal combustion engines, as well as to deliver superior environmental performance with no CO emissions or Substances of Concern (SoC) emitted when driving. In addition, the FC Bus is compliant with Non-Step Standards, making for easy boarding and exiting by elderly people and young children. The TCFS combines hybrid technology (power control unit, motor and battery) with fuel cell technology (Toyota FC stacks and high pressure hydrogen tanks). The bus also uses a high-capacity external power supply system. With a power supply capable of a 9 kW maximum output, and a large capacity of electricity supply at 235 kWh, the FC bus can be used as a power source in the event of disasters, such as at evacuation sites such as in school gymnasiums or, its electricity supply can also be harnessed for home electric appliance use. Development and demonstration tests of the Toyota FC Bus were conducted under the Next-Generation Energy and Social Systems Demonstration Project of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Low Carbon Technology Research and Development Program7 under the Ministry of Environment. It was then introduced under the Program for promoting low carbonization of local transportation of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT). The Toyota Group considers the use of hydrogen to be a powerful source of energy for the future. Toyota has launched the Mirai FCV, while also engaging in the technological and product development of FC buses, fuel cell forklifts, as well as stationary fuel cells for use in homes. Going forward, Toyota says it will accelerate developments in a unified manner, so as to contribute to the realization of a hydrogen-based society.


Marrakech, 18-Nov-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — Solvay, ArcelorMittal, Evonik and LafargeHolcim today announce the formation of a new Low Carbon Technology Partnerships Initiative across the steel, cement and chemicals industries. This new partnership will look at the potential synergies that exist between the manufacturing processes of these three energy intensive sectors, and how these synergies could be harnessed to reducing CO2 emissions. As a first step, and following preliminary research, the innovative partnership will produce a study (**) with the technical support of Arthur D. Little to identify potential ways to valorise industrial off-gases and other by-products from their manufacturing processes to produce goods with a lower carbon footprint than through the fossil path. The preliminary research already allowed identifying significant potential in selected trans-sector pathways. The study is aimed at bringing a fact-based overview of carbon and energy sources from industrial off-gases (first at a European level), and evaluating the technical, environmental and economic feasibility of different Carbon Capture and Usage (CCU) pathways and their potential. Initial findings from the first step already underway suggest that: – Deploying cross-sector carbon capture and reuse opportunities on an industrial scale  – something that does not happen today – could reduce up to 3 GT/y or 7% of global anthropogenic CO emissions. – Existing conversion technologies that could be deployed across the three sectors could utilise by-products in the off-gases to create building materials, organic chemicals and fuel. As an example, up to 1-2% (0.4-0.7 Gt/y) of global anthropogenic CO could be reduced with the production of ethanol/methanolalone. – Increased availability and greater access to renewable energy sources, would significantly boost net carbon reduction efforts by those three sectors, within a supportive legislative framework. – Cross sector carbon capture and reuse should also result in job creation, to be further investigated. The study, carried out at European level, is building the ground for similar investigation extended at global level and paves the way for identifying and assessing industrial scale projects on CCU at the interface between the sectors. Speaking in Marrakech, Michel Bande, Corporate Sustainability Officer and Liaison Delegate WBCSD of Solvay, said “The potential to reduce carbon emissions through better collaboration between the chemicals, steel and cement industries looks promising.  European energy-intensive industries could, with new and innovative ways to work together, ultimately produce large volumes of final goods with a reduced carbon footprint. In this arena, the chemical industry is key thanks to its enabling technologies. Indeed, linking large sources of carbon with the expertise and processes of the chemical industry could become crucial to develop ground-breaking solutions helping to reach the 2°C goal.The World Business Council for Sustainable Development is instrumental in supporting the emergence of such partnerships that require long term cooperation and vision shared between industry and society”. Carl de Maré, Vice President Head of Technology Strategyof ArcelorMittal, said: “We are excited to build a partnership that demonstrates our commitment to developing a low-carbon, circular economy steel business and explores the numerous efficiency opportunities across other energy intensive industries. We believe that steel is a perfect material for the circular economy, but key to exploiting our potential is establishing innovative cross-sector partnerships such as this. This will help us to develop and industrialise carbon re-use technologies, ensuring that waste products created from the steelmaking process are effectively harnessed and re-used, reducing our direct carbon footprint, but also creating commercially valuable products that have a lower carbon footprint than currently available alternatives.” Stefan Haver, Senior Vice President Corporate Responsibility of Evonik, said: “Cross-sector initiatives like this offer great opportunities to steer our economies towards improved sustainability and more circularity. That’s why Evonik strongly supports joined actions in low carbon technologies.” Bernard Mathieu,Head Group SustainableDevelopmentof LafargeHolcim, said: “Concrete offers the highest level of life-cycle sustainability performance and we are continuously developing new products and solutions for a low carbon society. This new ambitious partnership will support our mission to cut our net emissions per ton of cement by 40% towards 2030 (versus 1990) and to develop and further deploy low carbon solutions for the construction sector.  But to make this a reality, we will need an enabling regulatory framework and support to innovation.” (*) LCTPi is a set of programs, gathering 150 global businesses and 70 partners under the auspices of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, to accelerate the development of low-carbon technology solutions to stay below the 2°C ceiling, (**) The study is carried out in the framework of a trans-sector LCTPi on CCU that takes places under the auspices of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and is supported by technical expertise of the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC). An international chemical and advanced materials company, Solvay assists its customers in innovating, developing and delivering high-value, sustainable products and solutions which consume less energy and reduce CO2 emissions, optimize the use of resources and improve the quality of life. Solvay serves diversified global end markets, including automotive and aerospace, consumer goods and healthcare, energy and environment, electricity and electronics, building and construction as well as industrial applications. Solvay is headquartered in Brussels with about 30,900 employees spread across 53 countries. It generated pro forma net sales of € 12.4 bn in 2015, with 90% made from activities where it ranks among the world’s top 3 players. Solvay SA (SOLB.BE) is listed on Euronext in Brussels and Paris (Bloomberg: SOLB:BB – Reuters: SOLB.BR). ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company, with a presence in 60 countries and an industrial footprint in 19 countries. Guided by a philosophy to produce safe, sustainable steel, we are the leading supplier of quality steel in the major global steel markets including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, with world-class research and development and outstanding distribution networks. Through our core values of sustainability, quality and leadership, we operate responsibly with respect to the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, contractors and the communities in which we operate. For us, steel is the fabric of life, as it is at the heart of the modern world from railways to cars and washing machines. We are actively researching and producing steel-based technologies and solutions that make many of the products and components people use in their everyday lives more energy efficient. We are one of the world’s five largest producers of iron ore and metallurgical coal and our mining business is an essential part of our growth strategy. With a geographically diversified portfolio of iron ore and coal assets, we are strategically positioned to serve our network of steel plants and the external global market. While our steel operations are important customers, our supply to the external market is increasing as we grow. In 2015, ArcelorMittal had revenues of US$63.6 billion and crude steel production of 92.5 million tonnes, while own iron ore production reached 62.8 million tonnes. ArcelorMittal is listed on the stock exchanges of New York (MT), Amsterdam (MT), Paris (MT), Luxembourg (MT) and on the Spanish stock exchanges of Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid and Valencia (MTS). For more information about ArcelorMittal please visit: http://corporate.arcelormittal.com/ Evonik is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. Profitable growth and a sustained increase in the value of the company form the heart of Evonik’s corporate strategy. Its activities focus on the key megatrends health, nutrition, resource efficiency and globalization. Evonik benefits specifically from its innovative prowess and integrated technology platforms. Evonik is active in over 100 countries around the world. In fiscal 2015 more than 33,500 employees generated sales of around €13.5 billion and an operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of about €2.47 billion. With a well-balanced presence in 90 countries and a focus on cement, aggregates and concrete, LafargeHolcim (SIX Swiss Exchange, Euronext Paris: LHN) is the world leader in the building materials industry. The Group has 100,000 employees around the world and combined net sales of CHF 29.5 billion in 2015. LafargeHolcim is the industry benchmark in R&D and serves from the individual homebuilder to the largest and most complex project with the widest range of value-adding products, innovative services and comprehensive building solutions. With a commitment to drive sustainable solutions for better building and infrastructure and to contribute to a higher quality of life, the Group is best positioned to meet the challenges of increasing urbanization.


Marrakech, 17 November 2016 - ArcelorMittal, Evonik, LafargeHolcim and Solvay today announce the formation of a new Low Carbon Technology Partnerships Initiative across the steel, cement and chemicals industries. This new partnership will look at the potential synergies that exist between the manufacturing processes of these three energy intensive sectors, and how these synergies could be harnessed to reducing CO emissions. As a first step, and following preliminary research, the innovative partnership will produce a study (**) with the technical support of Arthur D. Little to identify potential ways to valorise industrial off-gases and other by-products from their manufacturing processes to produce goods with a lower carbon footprint than through the fossil path. The preliminary research already allowed identifying significant potential in selected trans-sector pathways. The study is aimed at bringing a fact-based overview of carbon and energy sources  from industrial off-gases (first at a European level), and evaluating the technical, environmental and economic feasibility of different Carbon Capture and Usage (CCU) pathways and their potential. Initial findings from the first step already underway suggest that: The study, carried out at European level, is building the ground for similar investigation extended at global level and paves the way for identifying and assessing industrial scale projects on CCU at the interface between the sectors. Speaking in Marrakech, Michel Bande, Corporate Sustainability Officer and Liaison Delegate WBCSD of Solvay, said "The potential to reduce carbon emissions through better collaboration between the chemicals, steel and cement industries looks promising.  European energy-intensive industries could, with new and innovative ways to work together, ultimately produce large volumes of final goods with a reduced carbon footprint. In this arena, the chemical industry is key thanks to its enabling technologies. Indeed, linking large sources of carbon with the expertise and processes of the chemical industry could become crucial to develop ground-breaking solutions helping to reach the 2°C goal. The World Business Council for Sustainable Development is instrumental in supporting the emergence of such partnerships that require long term cooperation and vision shared between industry and society". Carl de Maré, Vice President Head of Technology Strategy of ArcelorMittal, said: "We are excited to build a partnership that demonstrates our commitment to developing a low-carbon, circular economy steel business and explores the numerous efficiency opportunities across other energy intensive industries. We believe that steel is a perfect material for the circular economy, but key to exploiting our potential is establishing innovative cross-sector partnerships such as this. This will help us to develop and industrialise carbon re-use technologies, ensuring that waste products created from the steelmaking process are effectively harnessed and re-used, reducing our direct carbon footprint, but also creating commercially valuable products that have a lower carbon footprint than currently available alternatives." Stefan Haver, Senior Vice President Corporate Responsibility of Evonik, said: "Cross-sector initiatives like this offer great opportunities to steer our economies towards improved sustainability and more circularity. That's why Evonik strongly supports joined actions in low carbon technologies." Bernard Mathieu, Head Group Sustainable Development of LafargeHolcim, said: "Concrete offers the highest level of life-cycle sustainability performance and we are continuously developing new products and solutions for a low carbon society. This new ambitious partnership will support our mission to cut our net emissions per ton of cement by 40% towards 2030 (versus 1990) and to develop and further deploy low carbon solutions for the construction sector.  But to make this a reality, we will need an enabling regulatory framework and support to innovation." (*) LCTPi is a set of programs, gathering 150 global businesses and 70 partners under the auspices of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, to accelerate the development of low-carbon technology solutions to stay below the 2°C ceiling, (**) The study is carried out in the framework of a trans-sector LCTPi on CCU that takes places under the auspices of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and is supported by technical expertise of the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC). ArcelorMittal ArcelorMittal is the world's leading steel and mining company, with a presence in 60 countries and an industrial footprint in 19 countries. Guided by a philosophy to produce safe, sustainable steel, we are the leading supplier of quality steel in the major global steel markets including automotive, construction, household appliances and packaging, with world-class research and development and outstanding distribution networks. Through our core values of sustainability, quality and leadership, we operate responsibly with respect to the health, safety and wellbeing of our employees, contractors and the communities in which we operate. For us, steel is the fabric of life, as it is at the heart of the modern world from railways to cars and washing machines. We are actively researching and producing steel-based technologies and solutions that make many of the products and components people use in their everyday lives more energy efficient. We are one of the world's five largest producers of iron ore and metallurgical coal and our mining business is an essential part of our growth strategy. With a geographically diversified portfolio of iron ore and coal assets, we are strategically positioned to serve our network of steel plants and the external global market. While our steel operations are important customers, our supply to the external market is increasing as we grow. In 2015, ArcelorMittal had revenues of US$63.6 billion and crude steel production of 92.5 million tonnes, while own iron ore production reached 62.8 million tonnes. ArcelorMittal is listed on the stock exchanges of New York (MT), Amsterdam (MT), Paris (MT), Luxembourg (MT) and on the Spanish stock exchanges of Barcelona, Bilbao, Madrid and Valencia (MTS). For more information about ArcelorMittal please visit: http://corporate.arcelormittal.com/ Evonik Evonik is one of the world leaders in specialty chemicals. Profitable growth and a sustained increase in the value of the company form the heart of Evonik's corporate strategy. Its activities focus on the key megatrends health, nutrition, resource efficiency and globalization. Evonik benefits specifically from its innovative prowess and integrated technology platforms. Evonik is active in over 100 countries around the world. In fiscal 2015 more than 33,500 employees generated sales of around €13.5 billion and an operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of about €2.47 billion. LafargeHolcim With a well-balanced presence in 90 countries and a focus on cement, aggregates and concrete, LafargeHolcim (SIX Swiss Exchange, Euronext Paris: LHN) is the world leader in the building materials industry. The Group has 100,000 employees around the world and combined net sales of CHF 29.5 billion in 2015. LafargeHolcim is the industry benchmark in R&D and serves from the individual homebuilder to the largest and most complex project with the widest range of value-adding products, innovative services and comprehensive building solutions. With a commitment to drive sustainable solutions for better building and infrastructure and to contribute to a higher quality of life, the Group is best positioned to meet the challenges of increasing urbanization. Solvay An international chemical and advanced materials company, Solvay assists its customers in innovating, developing and delivering high-value, sustainable products and solutions which consume less energy and reduce CO2 emissions, optimize the use of resources and improve the quality of life. Solvay serves diversified global end markets, including automotive and aerospace, consumer goods and healthcare, energy and environment, electricity and electronics, building and construction as well as industrial applications. Solvay is headquartered in Brussels with about 30,900 employees spread across 53 countries. It generated pro forma net sales of €12.4 bn in 2015, with 90% made from activities where it ranks among the world's top 3 players.


Deng Y.,Low Carbon Technology | Xu J.,Low Carbon Technology | Liu Y.,Technical and Economic Professional Committee of China Biogas Society | Mancl K.,Ohio State University
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Year: 2014

Biogas technology has brought benefits to health, the environment, the economy and energy conservation. Vast biomass resources, including organic waste, have the potential for use as feedstock for biogas production in China. This paper presents the development status of biogas application in China. The goal was to provide quantitative information about biogas use, from villages to large cities, to assess the major characteristics of biogas application. Analysis of the opportunities and constraints of the different biogas applications provided the basis for policies for the development of biogas plants and for the adjustment of the scale of biogas development to match local requirements. Based on the characteristics of different biogas plants and geographic regions, a fuzzy analytic hierarchy process model was used to provide a suitability evaluation for development of the regional biogas industry. Results from this model could provide decision support for development strategies for regional distribution plans and the scale of biogas system construction. The findings can also aid further research on balancing energy supply and demand, energy policy formation, and the regional eco-environment development in China. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Xu J.,Low Carbon Technology | Yao L.,Low Carbon Technology | Mo L.,Low Carbon Technology
Energy Policy | Year: 2011

The national goal of 40-45% mitigation of the 2005 level intensity of carbon by 2020 was announced by the Chinese government at the Copenhagen Conference. Every industry in China is preparing to realize this national reduction target. Some attempts have been made to achieve low-carbon development in a few industries, but relatively little work has linked low-carbon development to tourism. This article concentrates on how to develop low-carbon tourism using a quantitative approach. Firstly, the tourism system including some mutual influence factors is investigated and some historical data are given in support for the research of their quantitative relationship. Secondly, a differential dynamic system model with fuzzy coefficients is proposed to predict tourism revenue, energy consumption, waste emissions and the carbon intensity. Finally, an application to Shizhong District of Leshan City in China (LCSD), as a representative of a world natural and cultural heritage area, is presented to show the trend of modern tourism in a low-carbon economy and prove the effectiveness of the proposed model. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd.


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