Increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have raised concerns over the potential effect of emissions from human activities on climate. One near-term strategy that has been proposed to reduce carbon dioxide emissions is fuel switching, which is the substitution of low-carbon fuels for fossil fuels with higher carbon contents.
|Journal||World Resource Review|
|State||Published - 1998|
Hayhoe, K., Khesghi, H., Jain, A., & Wuebbles, D. (1998). Trade-offs in fossil fuel use: The effects of CO sub (2), CH sub (4) and SO sub (2) aerosol emissions on climate. World Resource Review, 321-333.