Uso De Combustíveis E Emissões De Co2 No Brasil: Um Modelo Inter-Regional De Insumo-Produto
This work quantifies the CO2 emissions from energy use of natural gas, alcohol and oil derived products at a regional level and evaluates the impacts of eventual policies for emissions control. The results pointed the connection between the activity level and the emissions of CO2 for each energy input considered for the six regions detailing the portion of the total emissions caused by final demand, interindustry consumption and household consumption. The model was also used to make simulations in order to evaluate the economic effects of a hypothetic control on emissions.
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