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The Influence of Trade on Carbon Stocks in a Country's Wood Forest Products Based on the Comparison between China and 47 Countries along the “Belt and Road”

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DOI: 10.23977/icemei.2019.009


Liqiang Xiao, Ling Guo

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Ling Guo


In this paper I select China's close trade with 47 timber forest products along the “Belt and Road”, using the reserves change formula to calculate carbon stocks, comparing China's carbon stocks from 47 countries along the route from 2013 to 2017. Analysis shows that China's total carbon stocks and growth are higher than these 47 countries. Calculate the impact of trade on carbon stocks of wood-based forest products and analyze the results. It is found that the “One Belt, One Road” initiative can not only continue to promote trade in wood-based forest products between countries, increase carbon stocks of wood-based forest products among countries, and achieve emission reduction targets.


Wood forest products, Carbon storage, Belt and road

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