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    Title: 氣候變遷對我國民航業者競爭力影響研究 : 由歐洲碳排放交易系統至民航業生質燃料使用可行性檢視
    Other Titles: Study of climate change's influence to ROC civil aviation operator's competitive : the feasibility study of aviation biofuel usage under European Union Emission Trading Scheme
    Authors: 胡睿峰;Hu, Jui-Feng
    Contributors: 淡江大學歐洲研究所碩士班
    苑倚曼
    Keywords: 氣候變遷;全球暖化;碳排放;碳交易;航空;民航;航空;聯合國;歐盟;Aviation;EU-ETS;ICAO;MBM;Climate Change;Global Warming;EU;IATA;Emission
    Date: 2016
    Issue Date: 2017-08-24 23:57:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:  本研究以全球暖化作為研究背景,探討受全球暖化影響發展之歐盟碳排放交易機制對民用航空業之競爭力影響,以我國民用航空業者為出發點探討航空生質燃油之使用可行性。從中總結:
    1. ICAO MBM與聯合國對我國民航業者競爭力之影響;
    2. EU-ETS對我國民航業者競爭力之影響;
    3. 歐盟民航業者個案與我國民航業者仿效可行性評估;
    4. 我國民航業者航空生質燃油自產可行性評估。
    This study set global warming as background to discover the influence to civil aviation operator’s competitive, Aviation biofuels feasibility study for civil aviation operators in our nation.

    The conclusions of this study are presented as follows:
    1. ICAO-MBM and United Nation’s influence to our nation’s civil aviation operators.
    2. EU-ETS influence to our nation’s civil aviation operators.
    3. Feasibility Study of our nation’s civil aviation operators learning experience from EU’s civil aviation cases.
    4. Feasibility Study of our nation’s civil aviation operators self-product aviation biofuels.
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