Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Canada and Japan: Sector-Specific Estimates and Managerial and Economic Implications

@article{Hayami2007GreenhouseGE,
  title={Greenhouse Gas Emissions in Canada and Japan: Sector-Specific Estimates and Managerial and Economic Implications},
  author={H. Hayami and Masao Nakamura},
  journal={Social Responsibility in Production \& Supply Chain Management eJournal},
  year={2007}
}
  • H. Hayami, Masao Nakamura
  • Published 2007
  • Business, Medicine
  • Social Responsibility in Production & Supply Chain Management eJournal
Many firms generate large amounts of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases when they burn fossil fuels in their production processes. In addition, production of raw materials and other inputs the firms procure for their operations also generates greenhouse gases indirectly. These direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions occur in many sectors of our economies. In this paper, we first present sector-specific estimates for such greenhouse gas emissions. We then show that estimates for such… Expand
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