alexa Abstract | Survey Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Effects of Energy Consumption (Case Study in Iran with a Non-Linear Approach)

European Journal of Experimental Biology
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Abstract

In the event of environmental changes resulting from human activities the extent that it these days it has spread as far as changing the composition of air, cities both should know victim of this event and blame. Man is constantly changing in your environment. What natural and man-made environment? But nowadays urban environment own cause has created major changes thereto the entire global ecosystem. To understand the ecological role of cities, its harmful effects and measures can be applied to reduce these impacts is necessary primarily city considered as part of environment. Hence, it is important study of energy consumption, air pollution and urban evolution during economic growth. In this regard, in the present study it is trying to review environmental impacts, energy consumption, population growth and urban economic development based on econometric model STR model 2001- 2008 for the period the annual Iran's economy. Statistics and information needed to manage the environment, Iran's Statistics and energy balance sheet 87 years extracted based on the results, a percentage increase the intensity of energy use is because Increased 0.89 percent per capita carbon dioxide emissions and environmental pollution. Also by increasing a percentage of GDP per capita carbon dioxide emissions per capita has increased amount to 1.42 percent.

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Author(s): Mehrdad Zarenejad

Keywords

Environmental Effects, Economic Growth, Energy Consumption

 
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