The Second Fuzzy Layer Comprehensive Evaluation Model of Urban Low-Carbon Developmental Level and Its Empirical Research

Peilin Liu, Xiuying Shen

Abstract


Cities are main places that human activities get together and subjects that greenhouse gases emit. When striving to develop low-carbon economy, each country has attached importance to the construction of low-carbon city; therefore, the city should have its own evaluation index system of low-carbon development level in order to measure its low-carbon developmental level and thus find and solve problems. The article put forward the evaluation index system of urban low-carbon developmental level and the second fuzzy layer comprehensive evaluation model. One medium-sized city in midland was taken for example to carry out empirical research. On the one hand, results of the research show that the model has good universality; on the other hand, they also show that Chinese urban low-carbon developmental level is still very low and it needs to make great effects to prompt urban low-carbon development.


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