A Scenario Study of Globalization Impacts on International Transport and the Environment: An Application to the Dutch Paper Industry
Daniëlle Van Veen-Groot,
Peter Nijkamp and
Jeroen van den Bergh
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 2001, vol. 44, issue 1, 21-40
Globalization has severe impacts on international transport, which in turn affect local and global environmental issues. This study presents an approach to studying these relationships. It identifies four world scenarios based on a distinction between OECD and other countries, and then traces the implications of these for international transport and environment. The proposed method is applied to a specific transport-intensive sector in the Netherlands, namely the paper industry.
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