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2018-02-12· Socio-economic transformation in coal transition regions: analysis and proposed approach Pilot case in Upper Nitra, Slovakia Abstract This is a pilot study of DG JRC, performed in support to European Commission's "Coal Regions in Transition
Coal started June trading above $55 per tonne, although the outlook remained clouded by a sharp decline in demand for electricity as well as efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and intense competition from clean energy. The Energy Information Administration reported that the US consumption of renewable energy overtook coal in 2019 for the first time in over 130 years.
Having established the order of integration of the series (d max) and the optimum lag length (k), the next step is to conduct Granger no causality test.Table 3 presents results of the Granger non-causality tests. For India, unlike the no causality in any direction found between coal consumption and economic growth by,we found a unidirectional causality running from coal consumption to
Thus, this paper, applies ridge regression to assess the association between multiple measures of socio-economic status (i.e. income, home ownership, car ownership, education, employment status and social-grade; and a composite of these) with the three AUDIT-C measures: frequency of alcohol consumption, amount consumed on a typical drinking day and frequency of binge drinking, and an estimated
Not only coal but consumption of all other types of fuel has increased significantly in recent years to support output growth in China. Crompton and Wu (2005) show that China consumed 31% of the world's total coal, 7.6% of oil, 10.7% of hydroelectricity and 1.2% of world's total gas in 2003. More recent data reveal that the consumption figures for all these types of fuels have increased further.
2017-05-11· consumption had a similar movement with economic growth except for coal consumption. The empirical results reveal that petroleum, electricity and the aggregate energy consumptionhave significant and positive relationship with economic growth in Nigeria. However, gas consumption although positive, does not significantlyaffecteconomic growth.
Coal consumption increased again in 2018, against a slowdown in economic growth and gas supply worries lowering emphasis on a shift from coal to gas space heating. This goes against previous efforts to “green” the economy whilst maintaining prosperity.
2016-07-14· The social and economic consequences of the fossil fuel supply chain Volume 3 Carol Olson, coal, and nuclear in terms you will be asked to authorise Cambridge Core to connect with your <service> account. Find out more about sending content to Dropbox. The social and economic consequences of the fossil fuel supply chain.
2017-11-14· households upon forest resources as well as energy consumption patterns in the studied villages. The study used the probit model to determine the marginal effects of various socio-economic variables on coal consumption. It observed that income is a key factor in explaining energy use
supports, in this context, the European Parliament's call in the ongoing Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) negotiations for additional funding to mitigate the social, socio-economic and environmental impact of structural change in European coal regions by means of a EUR 4.8 billion new Fair Energy Transition Fund; stresses however that this fund would have to be financed through additional
6. Socio-economic impacts. 6. Socio-economic impacts Woodfuel has a wide range of uses, ranging from use in traditional cooking stoves, to co-firing with coal, to dedicated biomass power plants (including combined heat and power). The socio-economic impacts of stonefuel use vary depending on a range of factors including the country, feedstock and end use.
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This fund would be designed to mitigate the social, socio-economic and environmental impact of structural change in European coal regions; considers, however, that the funding would be better allocated under cohesion policy, while the CoR calls for efforts to ensure that this funding is not calculated within the proposed limits of Annex XXII, but is made available as additional funding.
2018-02-20· 7 Socio-economic inequalities in alcohol consumption and harm: evidence for effective interventions and policy across EU countries. Sara stone and Mark Bellis, Public Health Wales. Chapter 1: Introduction Across the world, harmful use of alcohol is a major risk factor for many health conditions including
European Scientific Journal May edition vol. 8, No.9 ISSN: 1857 7881 (Print) e ISSN 1857- 7431 140 COAL CONSUMPTION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH IN NIGERIA: A TWO-STEP RESIDUAL-BASED TEST APPROACH TO COINTEGRATION Inuwa Nasiru Department of Economics, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Gombe State University
Downloadable! Indonesia is one of the largest coal producer countries in the world. In the previous research, it is stated that coal producer countries are able to affect economic growth. The purpose of the study is to investigate the co-integration and causal relationships between coal consumption and income in Indonesia for the period of 1965-2016 using Granger causality test based on Vector
2020-03-20· Coal consumption and economic growth: Evidence from a panel of OECD countries Nicholas Apergisa, James E. Payneb,n a Department of Banking and Financial Management, University of Piraeus, Karaoli and Dimitriou 80, Piraeus, ATTIKI 18534, Greece b College of Arts and Sciences, Illinois State University, Campus Box 4100, Normal, IL 61790-4100, USA