Impact of economic development on the greenhouse gas emission and environment in EU-28

The study focuses on the influences of the economic development on the greenhouse gas emission effects, which are responsible for the global warming in EU-28. The global warming will lead to the narrow the natural life places; therefore, the policymakers and the managers of the companies should change the technological development based on the environment-friendly one and the renewable energy resources in order to mitigate the gas emission.


DOI: 10.24387/CI.2021.4.13


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