My doctoral thesis aims to understand the costs, benefits and mitigation potential of New Zealand’s transport emissions reduction policies. A multi-criteria analysis (MCA) technique has been adopted to analyse the policies in terms of costs, benefits (including co-benefits), emissions reduction potential, and ethical considerations. It is expected that the findings of this research will help policy advisers understand the costs, benefits, and mitigation potential of different transport emissions reduction policies and assist them in identifying potential projects for investment.
Renewable energy utilization to promote sustainability in GCC countries: policies, drivers, and barriers
Environmental Science and Pollution Research (2019)
Greenhouse gas emissions from energy sector in the United Arab Emirates - An overview
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews (2016) 59