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CO2 Emissions and their abatement measures in the transportation sector of Korea

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Frame of Image y fuel types 2.3. Energy services and energy consumption 2.4. New energy service technologies selection data 3. Data Limitations Ⅳ. Outputs of Simulation 1. Scenario Setting 2. Outputs 2.1. CO2 emissions by the BAU scenario 2.2. Effects of carbon taxes and subsidies 2.3. Effects of the driving restriction system 2.4. Summary of outputs Ⅴ. Conclusions and Future Research Orientation <References>
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<Table 1> Input Data for the Transportation Sector in Aim/Korea <Table 2> Conditions of Technology Selection <Table 3> Classification of Energy Services Demand in the Transportation Sector <Table 4> Fuel Types <Table 5> Energy Consumption by Calories and Service Units <Table 6> Energy Services by Vehicle Types <Table 7> Technology Status and Costs by Vehicle Types <Table 8> The Scenario on Future Energy Consumption in the Transportation Sector <Table 9> Predicted CO2 Emissions in the Transportation Sector under the BAU Scenario <Table 10> Market Share Variation by Vehicle Types under the BAU Scenario <Table 11> Comparison of CO2 Emissions under Different Scenarios <Table 12> Changes of Daily Energy Consumption under the Nationwide Driving Restriction System <Table 13> Predicted CO2 Emissions in the Transportation Sector under the Nationwide Implementation of Driving Restriction System <Table 14> Predicted CO2 Emissions in the Transportation Sector under the Implementation of Driving Restriction System in Seoul <Table 15> Abated Amounts of CO2 Emitted under Different


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Title CO2 Emissions and their abatement measures in the transportation sector of Korea
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Material Type Reports
Author(English)

Lee, Dong-Keun; Kim, Seung-Woo; Jeon, Seong-Woo

Publisher

[Seoul]:Korea Environment Institute

Date 1995
Series Title; No 정책과제 연구보고서 / WO-03
Pages 42
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Transport/Logistics
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding Korea Environment Institute

Abstract

As concerns on global warming by the greenhouse effect escalate, national efforts to respond to climate changes are growing in Korea. This study was, by an integrated simulation framework, to address the emission of CO2 , which is the most contributing greenhouse gas to global warming, and assess the policy options to abate CO2 emissions in the transportation sector of Korea. The applied model of this study was AIM(Asia-Pacific Integrated Model for Evaluating Policy Options to Reduce GHG Emission and Global Warming Impacts) originally developed by the National Institute for Environmental Studies of Japan. Based on AIM, the conditions of new energy-saving technologies selection was assessed under the various scenarios regarding different rates of carbon taxes, subsidies and the existence of a driving restriction system. There are 3 major findings of the study. (The rest omitted)