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Climate Change and Transportation

Yuri Yevdokimov;
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  • Published: 17 Aug 2010
  • Publisher: Sciyo
As stated at the beginning of this chapter, the relationship between transportation and climate is two-directional. Based on our statistical analysis performed for Canada, we can make some general conclusions about this relationship. On the one hand, transportation is one of the largest contributors to GHG emissions which, in turn, cause various changes in climate. On the other hand, these climate changes negatively affect transportation in terms of its infrastructure and operations. Therefore, this study sends a clear signal to policy makers: “Do-nothing” alternative with respect to climate changes and transportation is no longer viable, and the intera...
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