Title: Climate resilience modelling incorporated with non-carbon emissions of nuclear energy in South Korea

Authors: Tae Ho Woo; Kyung Bae Jang; Chang Hyun Baek

Addresses: Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, The Cyber University of Korea, 106 Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03051, South Korea ' Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, The Cyber University of Korea, 106 Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03051, South Korea ' Department of Mechanical and Control Engineering, The Cyber University of Korea, 106 Bukchon-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03051, South Korea

Abstract: Climate resilience is investigated by the social and ecological aspects associated with energy characteristics, where global warming has influence on the meteorological elements. In this paper, climate resilience was analysed with regards to climate change and carbon neutrality including the period of the pandemic. The system dynamics (SD) simulations are performed during 100 months for the forecast of global warming effect. The consequence of carbon neutrality increases gradually in which the value of global warming increases slightly in the initial stage and then decreases until the end point. The results show that the nuclear energy impact is highest around the 50th month. The list of statistical data of climate resilience where the mean value is 18,225.4 with the standard deviation of 18,597.3 was realised. For international corporations, to set up plans for climate change can be a strong way to treat global warming. Using the trend of climate resilience state, the possibilty of saving funds regarding the control of climate mitigation has been discussed.

Keywords: climate; resilience; global warming; nuclear; renewable; South Korea.

DOI: 10.1504/IJGW.2022.10051025

International Journal of Global Warming, 2022 Vol.28 No.2, pp.122 - 135

Received: 05 Dec 2021
Accepted: 05 Mar 2022

Published online: 10 Oct 2022 *

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