Macroeconomic Determinants Of Carbon Emissions In Kenya: An Ardl Approach
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Macroeconomic Determinants Of Carbon Emissions In Kenya: An Ardl Approach
Environmentally sustainable economic growth portends numerous benefits to developing economies. However, development of energy sources whereas maintaining environmental quality presents diverse challenges. Nevertheless, stakeholders concur on the decisiveness and urgency on adoption of renewable resources and environmentally affable powering of the economy. The primary objective of this study was to examine the macroeconomic determinants of CO2 emissions in Kenya. Specific objectives included determining the effect of economic indicators such as; gross domestic product, population growth and trade openness on carbon emissions in Kenya. The study also analysed the effect of energy mix such asDownloadViews: 43

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