Engineering Management Based on the Reduction of Carbon Dioxide Emissions: a Review
The pollution on the ground caused by engineering development has long been recognized as threats to populations and ecosystems, and is being actively tackled through engineering management. In this paper, we present a systematic framework to categorize existing research work on the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions constraints through review the literature in engineering management field. Our goals are aim to answer three research questions:
→RQ1: Which engineering project or industry engineering requiring special attentions in the reduction of carbon
dioxide emissions constraints for the goal of sustainable development?
→RQ2: What research methods have been used in engineering management on the basis of the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions constraints?
→RQ3: Which key mitigation technologies and practices, measures, instruments and policies of engineering management are shown to be environmentally effective to the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions?
In addition, we also summarize past research contents and approaches, and identify the future perspective of engineering management based on the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions constraints.
Keywords: carbon dioxide emissions, engineering management, global warming, sustainable development, systematic literature review