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Factors Influencing Carbon Emissions of Assembled Building Construction Enterprises

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DOI: 10.23977/jsdgb.2023.010101 | Downloads: 30 | Views: 975

Author(s)

Hongyu Sun 1, Qiang Liu 1, Yafeng Li 1, Ming Liu 1

Affiliation(s)

1 School of Economics and Management, Liaoning University of Technology, Jinzhou, Liaoning, 121001, China

Corresponding Author

Yafeng Li

ABSTRACT

In the process of national economic development, the pillar position of the construction industry is becoming more and more important, and the development of this green industry, the promotion of energy conservation and emission reduction, and the reduction of energy waste in the construction process are important development goals for the construction industry in the future period, so it is crucial for the assembly building construction enterprises to develop green buildings and optimize the construction capacity. This paper analyzes nine aspects of carbon emission influencing factors of assembly building construction enterprises in the three stages of construction decision, construction design and construction building on the basic theoretical basis, and puts forward corresponding suggestions in order to provide reference and guidance for future energy saving and emission reduction of low carbon buildings.

KEYWORDS

Assembly building, construction company, carbon emission, influencing factors, green industry

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Hongyu Sun, Qiang Liu, Yafeng Li, Ming Liu, Factors Influencing Carbon Emissions of Assembled Building Construction Enterprises. Journal of Sustainable Development and Green Buildings (2023) Vol. 1: 1-7. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jsdgb.2023.010101.

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