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Adoption Factors of Blockchain in Indian Agriculture Supply Chain Management Analysis using EFA
by Nishanth Rao Dugyala , Abishek Rauniyar , Mary Subaja Christ  and  Atul Kumar Singh
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The global agricultural supply chain grapples with inherent challenges, including opacity, inefficiency, and ethical concerns, necessitating innovative solutions, particularly within Indian Agriculture Supply Chain Management. Despite these challenges, a notable research gap emerges due to the limited exploration of adoption factors specific to the Indian agricultural context. [...] Read more

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Optimal sizing and siting of single tunned passive filter based on jellyfish algorithm
by Adel Abo El-Ela , Ragab El-Sehiemy , Sohir M. Allam  and  Asmaa Adel Mubarak
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The presence of electrical harmonics in low voltage networks causes many problems for customers, the most important of which is the decrease in the power quality beyond the permissible limits, which leads to a decrease in voltage for long periods, a decrease in power factor and a large losses in the electrical network due to the deformation of the electric waveform of voltage a [...] Read more

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ARDL and VECM Investigation of the Environmental Kuznets Curve Hypothesis in Egypt, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Thailand, and Turkey: Financial Development, Globalization, and Government Expenditure Implications for Sustainable Development
by Takashi Fukuda
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The present paper empirically examines the validity of the environmental Kuznets curve (EKC) hypothesis, which posits an inverted U-shaped relationship between CO2 emissions and economic growth, in Egypt, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Thailand, and Turkey for the period 1970-2020. The EKC validity is highly debated due to varying results across countries. This study is significant t [...] Read more

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Potential Asymmetries in the International trade and Economic Growth in China: The Role of Emission Intensity
by Atul Kumar Singh
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This study delves into the complex relationship between China's international trade and economic growth, specifically focusing on emission intensity and its environmental ramifications within the context of energy efficiency. The primary objective is to provide a comprehensive understanding of how China's international trade dynamics influence economic growth, emphasizing emiss [...] Read more

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Green transportation taxes and environmental sustainability: China experience
by NAILA NUREEN , Muhammad Sibt e Ali  and  Muhammad Sharjeel
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Environmental degradation is becoming a fundamental issue as it is directly associated with human lives and environmental sustainability. This research particularly highlights the significance of green transportation taxes in achieving environmental sustainability due to limited available literature considering the environmental sustainability and green transportation taxes nex [...] Read more

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Assessing the long-term impact of macroeconomic and environment dynamics: Does sustainable energy production shape the environmental landscape of south ASIAN nations?
by Umra Waris  and  Pallavi Sri
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This study delves into the intricate interconnections among the financial sector, macroeconomic dynamics, and the advancement of sustainable energy production in South Asia. Utilizing data from 1987 to 2022 in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, the research employs the Structural Vector Autoregressive (SVAR) method to analyze financial market responses. The findings re [...] Read more

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Analyzing the Effects of Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Consumption on the Environment and Economic Growth: Panel Data from South Asian Countries
by Muhammad Ali Husnain , Ping Guo , Guoqin Pan , Muhammad Kamran Bhatti  and  Rabia Islam
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The primary goal of this research is to examine how different types of energy are used in South Asian countries and how they affect the environment and economic growth. From 1990 through 2021, this research employed Panel Data from multiple sources covering the South Asian countries of Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, and Afghanistan. The results [...] Read more

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Geospatial Optimization of Location-Dependent Costs for Gravity Energy Storage Plants in a Mountainous Suburban Area: The Case of Fukuoka City, Japan
by Tetsuhito Hoshino , Soumya Basu , Takaya Ogawa , Keiichi N. Ishihara , Kiyoshi Hoshino  and  Hideyuki Okumura
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Gravity Energy Storage (GES) systems are recently being considered as a viable solution for storing intermittent renewable energy power, specifically in high curtailment zones. While a few studies have analyzed the material costs of GES systems, there is a paucity of literature on analyzing the socioeconomic costs of GES systems. This study analyzes the location-dependent costs [...] Read more

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Renewable green oil as a low-cost option for large-scale, long duration energy storage to produce on-demand electricity
by Ajit Sapre  and  Amit Gawade
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The rapid growth of renewable solar and wind energy necessitates extensive, long-term energy storage solutions to stabilize the electric grid and address the intermittent nature of these sources. In the absence of cost-effective long-duration, large-scale (LDLS) energy storage, there is a risk of increased disruptive blackouts and brownouts as intermittent energy sources approa [...] Read more

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Does Education Predict Women’s Use of Unsustainable Biomass Cooking Technologies? Evidence from a Natural Experiment
by Jean-Louis Bago  and  Marie Madeleine Ouoba
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In developing countries, the dependence on traditional biomass for domestic energy consumption is one of the major causes of deforestation and environmental poverty. This paper investigates the impact of women’s education on the probability of using Unsustainable Biomass Cooking Technologies (UBCT) as the household main fuel of cooking instead of clean energy. Combining d [...] Read more

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Green HR Practices & Green Recovery Performance: The Mediating role of P-O Fit & Affective Commitment in Fast Food Industry of Pakistan
by Sainan Zhao
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Environmental concerns are increasing and business firms are inclined towards adoption of eco-friendly products and services. They are hiring employees via set of green HRM practices and struggling to become an environmentally sustainable firm. Pakistani food industry is booming day by day. However, less is known about the green HRM practices executed in the fast food industry [...] Read more

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Investigating the Influence of Factors on Attitude Towards Organic Food
by Shen Li
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The purpose of the study is to determine the relationships between the factors, attitude towards food consumption and green purchase intention in organic food markets of Pakistan. A Total of 301 sample data was analyzed by SPSS and PLS-SEM. These statistical techniques were used to test the hypotheses. The study was supported the theories include theory of Reasoned Action, Plan [...] Read more

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Pakistan’s Energy Dilemma and Its Consequences on Economic Growth
by Tooba Rehan Haqqi  and  Muhammad Farhan Fiaz
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Technological advancements in the last few decades have created energy and cost-efficient power plants, but it is not a prominent feature in the electricity supply-chain. While many long-term and short-term energy alternatives are available, Pakistan still has a significant number of people who do not have access to electricity; as there are many areas that are neither connecte [...] Read more

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Energy, Economy, and Environment Nexus: New Evidence from China
by Asif Raihan
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At present, global warming poses the greatest threat to the planet's ecosystem. China is the greatest CO2 emitter, expected to account for roughly 33% of overall emissions in 2021, and this has caused authorities to express significant concern in the most latest Paris accord, when they decided to cut global emissions to a particular level. In comparison, 55% of China's power in [...] Read more

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Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Renewable Energy in Creating an Eco-Friendly Environment
by Muhammad Farhan Fiaz Hashmi
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Renewable energy has become a crucial topic in recent years as the world is moving towards environment friendly and sustainable energy sources. The aim of this research paper is to analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of renewable energy resources such as geothermal, hydro, solar and wind energy in comparison to typical and traditional energy resources such as oil and coal. [...] Read more