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发表于 2015-5-16 01:57:21 | 显示全部楼层 |阅读模式
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所属学科: 工程技术
会议开始时间: 2015-11-01
会议地区: 海外会议
会议年份: 2015
会议结束时间: 2015-11-04
所在国家: 西班牙
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论文摘要截止时间: 2015-05-29
主办单位: Elsevier,
联系人: 沈镭
联系电话: +86 (0)10 6488 9005
电子邮件: shenl@igsnrr.ac.cn
会议网址: http://www.cleanerproductionconference.com/session-climate-change.asp
协办单位: 中科院山西煤化所,中科院地理资源所


It is widely accepted that energy use and industrial production contribute the majority proportion of global greenhouse gas emissions. Industry is generally the largest consumer of energy and the highest in energy-related CO2 emissions among the major sectors of energy use in any economy (Liu and Ang, 2007). With the increasingly serious resource and environmental problems, many scholars are making great efforts to achieve energy conservation and emissions reduction in all industrial sectors, such as the steel industry (Worrell et al. 1997; Guo and Fu, 2010; Johansson and Söderström, 2011), the electrical power industry (Sun et al., 2015; Zhou et al., 2015) and the cement industry ( Shen et al.,2014; Xu et al., 2012; Ke et al., 2012; and Benhelal et al., 2013).It is essential for us to more fully understand the current quantities of energy used in each sector and to determine how to effectively reduce the fossil carbon footprint in each of them in order to make societal reductions in climate change causing CO2 emissions. Numerous scientists and environmental groups are attempting to set industrial sectoral targets for CO2  reductions and to work on approaches to influence international policies to address global climate change. Many countries, including the United States, the European Union, Canada, and China, have developed and are implementing energy strategies to secure energy resources and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.China is both the largest user of primary energy and the largest producer of cement in the world. As a result of this and of its emissions from other sectors as well, it has become the biggest emitter of CO2 emissions in the world in the last decade. In recent years, the Chinese governments and the academic communities have been investing increasingly more attention to energy saving and to fossil carbon reduction in every societal sector. Based upon recent investigations, solid scientific estimations of the GHGs emissions from many industrial sectors have been made. These data are being used in theoretical and practical work in China to improve energy use efficiency and to work to use more renewable energy sources, so as to reduce the overall fossil carbon footprint per unit of product produced.In this context, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) recently launched the Strategic Pilot Scientific Plan on ‘the Carbon Budget for Coping with Climate Change and Related Issues’, in which the CAS has done the project on ‘Emission Estimations from Energy Use in Cement Production,’ since 2011. Additionally, during the last five years, extensive in-situ sampling and investigative work was done throughout China. Consequently, valuable progress was made in the fields of coal, oil, natural gas, and cement production sectors in China. To illustrate the achievements in China and in comparison with what has been done and is being done in other countries of the world, this workshop will be held at the conference, led jointly by Professor WeiWei from the Shanghai Advanced Research Institute (SARI) and Professor Lei Shen from theInstitute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research (IGSNRR), CAS.


We invite papers on initiatives associated with the following themes. The themes and questions are only provisional and are designed to guide the authors for the aspects that could be addressed in the Global Conference:1.  Case Studies of National Emissions from Energy UseWhat are the emission factors from energy use for specific countries and from the World?What are the emissions from coal, oil and natural gas usage for each country?How can specific countries estimate their own national emissions from energy use?How can this information help each country to set its fossil-carbon usage reduction targets and what can they do to monitor and to achieve those reduction targets?How can that help them to establish policies and enforceable regulations to help to ensure achievement of those targets?2.  Case Studies in Emissions Reductions from Diverse Industrial Sectors ProductionWhat are the specific emissions from each industrial sector’s production?What can be done in each industrial sector to reduce its fossil carbon footprint per unit of product or per unit of service?What policies, regulations and net technologies are needed to achieve the needed reductions in carbon footprints?What research and development are needed to help each industrial sector to achieve the needed reductions in carbon footprints?What education and training are needed to help to improve the capacity of company leaders and their employees to improve their industrial sector’s energy efficiency?3.  Low Fossil Carbon Development and Innovation of Energy Use and Industry TransitionHow can industrial firms effectively reduce their fossil energy footprints as they work to transition to efficient use of renewable energy sources? How can they improve their energy and material’s efficiency by better product design, process optimization, improved management, remanufacturing, reuse and recycling as they participate in industrial ecology and circular economy systems?How can governments, industries and university researchers creatively co-innovate and co-catalyze production of new more efficient products and services that will help producers and consumers make the transitions to equitable, post fossil carbon societies? What roles will clearer production and corporate social responsibility play in making the necessary changes?4.  Energy and Material Flow in Energy Use and Industrial ProductionWhat is the energy and carbon flow in energy use and industrial production?How  can/must  industrial   firms  change  the  energy  use/flow  and   improve   their environmental sustainability through energy efficiency improvements, remanufacturing, reuse, recycling and other circular economy approaches?5.  Energy Alternatives and Renewable Energy DevelopmentHow can renewable energy resources contribute to developing and implementing low/no fossil energy systems? What energy efficiency improvement approaches can be used in each industrial sector to accelerate the transition to low/no fossil carbon societies?What are the roles of alternative sources of materials and energy can be used to reduce the  fossil  carbon  footprint  of  cement  production?  Of  steel  production? Of leather production? Of textiles Production? Of electronics production? Of agricultural production? Of transportation system’s design and usage?The same types of questions need to be asked and answered for all industrial sectors.(Many relevant articles in most industrial sectors have already been published in the Journal of Cleaner Production during its 23 years of publication.)Format and Procedures for Submission of Responses to this Call for Papers:We invite authors to prepare abstracts of 500 words in response this Call-for-Abstracts. The abstracts are to be prepared in English.Please submit your abstract(s) via the conference website: www.cleanerproductionconference.comAfter the Global Conference, scientific teams of the Global Conference will select the articles to be developed for peer review, for potential publication within one of four or five Special Volumes of the JCLP (The Journal of Cleaner Production) that will be developed based upon inputs to the Global Conference.

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