Kuishuang Feng spends much of his time researching Consumption, Production, Water scarcity, Virtual water and Water use. His Consumption study incorporates themes from Car ownership, Goods and services, Economic system and Urbanization. Kuishuang Feng interconnects Economic growth, Developing country and Development economics in the investigation of issues within Goods and services.
The various areas that Kuishuang Feng examines in his Production study include Input–output model, Accounting, International trade and Agricultural economics. His research in International trade focuses on subjects like Spillover effect, which are connected to Natural resource economics. Kuishuang Feng has researched Water scarcity in several fields, including Waste management, Coal, Environmental engineering and Food security.
His main research concerns Natural resource economics, Consumption, Production, Input–output model and Environmental protection. His Natural resource economics research incorporates themes from Carbon footprint, Climate change mitigation and Urbanization. His Consumption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developing country, Goods and services, Development economics and Agricultural economics.
In his research on the topic of Production, Upstream is strongly related with International trade. Environmental protection connects with themes related to Fossil fuel in his study. He usually deals with Water scarcity and limits it to topics linked to Water resource management and Virtual water.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Natural resource economics, Electricity generation, Carbon footprint, Environmental protection and Consumption. His Natural resource economics research includes elements of Cropping, Production and Biofuel. His work carried out in the field of Electricity generation brings together such families of science as Fossil fuel and Coal.
His Carbon footprint research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Megacity, Double counting and Beijing. His Environmental protection research integrates issues from Marine economy and Coal fired. His work deals with themes such as Developing country, Climate change mitigation and Tax rate, which intersect with Consumption.
Kuishuang Feng focuses on Natural resource economics, Carbon footprint, Fossil fuel, Damages and Environmental economics. Kuishuang Feng has included themes like Panel data and Upstream in his Natural resource economics study. The concepts of his Carbon footprint study are interwoven with issues in Megacity, Double counting and Beijing.
His Fossil fuel research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Electricity generation and Coal. His Per capita research overlaps with other disciplines such as Consumption, Carbon leakage, Developing country, Technological change and Household goods. Among his research on Water use, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Product, Bioplastic, Plastic pollution, Petrochemical and Land footprint.
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Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel combustion and cement production in China
Outsourcing CO2 within China
Kuishuang Feng;Steven J. Davis;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Xin Li.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2013)
Drivers of the US CO2 emissions 1997-2013.
Kuishuang Feng;Steven J. Davis;Steven J. Davis;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Klaus Hubacek.
Nature Communications (2015)
Carbon footprints of cities and other human settlements in the UK
Environmental Research Letters (2013)
COMPARISON OF BOTTOM-UP AND TOP-DOWN APPROACHES TO CALCULATING THE WATER FOOTPRINTS OF NATIONS
Kuishuang Feng;Ashok Chapagain;Sangwon Suh;Stephan Pfister.
Economic Systems Research (2011)
Tele-connecting local consumption to global land use
Yang Yu;Kuishuang Feng;Klaus Hubacek.
Global Environmental Change-human and Policy Dimensions (2013)
Assessing regional virtual water flows and water footprints in the Yellow River Basin, China: A consumption based approach
Kuishuang Feng;Kuishuang Feng;Yim Ling Siu;Yim Ling Siu;Dabo Guan;Klaus Hubacek.
Applied Geography (2012)
Assessing regional and global water footprints for the UK
Yang Yu;Klaus Hubacek;Klaus Hubacek;Kuishuang Feng;Dabo Guan.
Ecological Economics (2010)
Application of hybrid life cycle approaches to emerging energy technologies--the case of wind power in the UK.
Thomas O. Wiedmann;Thomas O. Wiedmann;Sangwon Suh;Kuishuang Feng;Manfred Lenzen.
Environmental Science & Technology (2011)
Consumption-based CO2 accounting of China's megacities: the case of Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing
Kuishuang Feng;Klaus Hubacek;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Laixiang Sun;Zhu Liu.
Ecological Indicators (2014)
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