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Evaluation of Green GDP by Emergy Analysis
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 Title & Authors
Evaluation of Green GDP by Emergy Analysis
Lee, Dong Joo; Jo, Hyo Seon; Lee, Suk Mo;
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 Abstract
The gross domestic product(GDP) measures the welfare of a nation's economy through the aggregation of products and services produced in a nation. Although GDP is a proficient measure of the magnitude of the economy, many economists, environmentalists, and citizens have recently criticized the gross domestic product. The criticism stems from the fact that this measurement of domestic product does not account for environmental degradation and resource depletion. We need to estimate the environmentally adjusted net domestic product. The gross domestic product was 913 trillion won while environmental protection expenditure was 32.9 trillion won by monetary accounts of Korea, 2010. Loss of natural assets was 76.6 trillion emwon by emergy analysis of Korea, 2010. The Green GDP was accounted for 88.0% of the GDP to 803.5 trillion won.
 Keywords
Green GDP;Korea;Economy;Environment;Resource;EDP;
 Language
Korean
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