New Energy Policy and its Influence on Low-Carbon City Planning after the Great East Japan Earthquake
|Conference:||2012 International Conference on Civil, Architectural and Hydraulic Engineering (ICCAHE 2012), August 10-12th 2012, Zhangjiajie (China)|
|Published in:||Sustainable Cities Development and Environment [3 vols]|
The Great East Japan Earthquake dealt a major blow to Japan, including the shattering of its fragile energy supply. The disaster most seriously questions the existing energy policy. Correcting the problems and guiding by macro-regulation and control provide the essential insurance for restoration and further sustainable economic development. China is a big energy user and importer of the 21st century, and a safe and efficient energy supply is of great significance for maintaining its long-term and stable economic growth. As the Chinese saying puts it, the stones from other hills may serve to polish jades; Japanese explorations have good reference value for China’s economic transformation, and the development of low-carbon cities and buildings.
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