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Contrastive Analysis of Carbon Emission Intensity between China, Russia and Khartoum and Major Developed Countries

Zhan Xiu-ping;  
In view of the increasingly prominent environmental degradation caused by climate warming,carbon emissions have become an important issue of concern in recent years.Based on the analysis of the carbon emission intensity and development speed of the ?ve countries,this paper makes a comparative analysis of the per capita carbon emission level and the characteristics of the carbon emission intensity between the ?ve countries and the major developed countries,such as Britain,Japan and the United States.It is found that from the per capita perspective,the major developed countries in Europe and the United States are the major carbon emissions.Countries should shoulder more responsibility for carbon emissions.
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