TITLE

ECONOMIC ASPECT OF CARBON EMISSION

AUTHOR(S)
Ignjatijević, Svetlana; Žugić, Rade
PUB. DATE
December 2014
SOURCE
Proceedings of the IAE Scientific Meetings;2014, p922
SOURCE TYPE
Conference Proceeding
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Due to economic differentiation in the world negative effects occurred at a global level. Non-global approach to the problem in rich countries caused the pollution to become a global problem because of their policies of transferring 'dirty' technologies into 'third world' countries. This is why it is necessary to introduce the solution of the global problem in economic dimension by introducing oxygen as the fifth main productive element, the others are soil, labor, capital and knowledge,. In connection to this, growing consumption and feedback in production cause growing oxygen consumption through their visible forms.
ACCESSION #
98354357

 

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