Research on the Innovative Financial Support System for Low Carbon Economy

Weiwei Zhang; Chen Wang; Jin Lv
December 2010
Asian Social Science;Dec2010, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p201
Academic Journal
Today's world, caused by human activities, global warming and climate change has become the largest threat to human survival and development. In this respect, Effective change of economic restructure, reduce pollution and greenhouse gas emissions, develop low-carbon economy is an inevitable choice for sustainable development. But the low-carbon economy Compared with the traditional mode of economic growth, it needs higher capital investment in the new technology and the new institutional arrangements, This need to build an innovative financial support system to effective solve the finance bottlenecks of the low-carbon economic development and achieve sustainable development.


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