论文代写－中国交通运输行业能源消耗的增加。随着我国交通运输需求的快速增长，交通能源消耗已被确定为我国能源消费总量增长的重要原因。根据国际能源署(iea)的一项研究，2012年，中国的运输方式消耗了相当于34万12万吨煤炭的能源，占整个行业能源消耗总量的14.0% (Levine 2010)。随着交通运输行业的快速发展，交通运输能耗的增加是不可避免的结果。这导致了交通运输对能源需求的刚性增长。公路运输、空运和水路运输被认为是典型的高能源需求运输方式(Lai 2007b)。论文范文论文代写－中国交通运输行业能源消耗的增加分享给留学生阅读。
Until today, a number of scholars and the government of China have been putting in huge efforts to deal with the issues of curtailing emissions of carbons and to mitigate the future adverse impacts of anthropogenic change in climate. In China, cities are known to be having the maximum density of population and have been identified as hubs for the development of society and economy (Lai 2007a). There metropolitan cities are known to be having huge demands for consumption of energy, and in a corresponding since, there lies a key responsibility for emission of man- made carbon in large quantities. As the transportation sector has been developing at a rapid pace, there lies an inevitable result of increased consumption of energy in transportation. This results in rigidity of growth on the demand of energy in transportation. Road transportation, air lift and waterway transport have been identified as the typical modes of transportation having high demands of energy (Lai 2007b).
The consumption of energy for transportation has been identified as an important factor responsible for increased total energy consumption in China due to the rapidly increasing requirements of transportation. As per a research conducted by International Energy Agency, there had been a consumption of 340,120,000 kilotons energy equivalent of coal by the modes of transportation in China in the year 2012 that is accountable for 14.0 per cent of the total energy consumption across the industry (Levine 2010).
When considering the scenario of foreign investments, there are slight differences in the key issue. It has been agreed by majority of the researchers that the business environment of China will be enjoying major opportunities from enhanced predictability and increased transparency. An important statement from the literature review can be referred to again in this context. In term of shares of GDP and investment FDI account for 2.5 percent GDP in past few years on average, but it still not low because it can be easily explained by Chinese overall economic size, the second largest economy of the world just behind US (Li 2013). Except to the factor of FDI composition, another element should be considered in this report is Chinese government, James Zhang, the director of UNCTAD’s investment and enterprise division said “there are increase of FDI into service sector and a slowdown of growth into manufacturing.” Under the background of redirect of investment orientation in recent years, continued high-energy consumption is worth people think deeply about whether the government laws or regulations or the auditing system of China for energy still have some places need to be further improved.