Synthesising carbon emission for mega-cities: A static spatial microsimulation of transport CO2 from urban travel in Beijing

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Developing low carbon cities is a key goal of 21st century planning, and one that can be supported by a better understanding of the factors that shape travel behaviour, and resulting carbon emissions. Understanding travel based carbon emissions in mega-cities is vital, but city size and often a lack of required data, limits the ability to apply linked land… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2014.02.006

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@article{Ma2014SynthesisingCE, title={Synthesising carbon emission for mega-cities: A static spatial microsimulation of transport CO2 from urban travel in Beijing}, author={Jing Ma and Alison J. Heppenstall and Kirk Harland and Gordon Mitchell}, journal={Computers, Environment and Urban Systems}, year={2014}, volume={45}, pages={78-88} }