胡雪原（学）、孙涵等Health and economic impacts from PM2.5 pollution transfer attributed to domestic trade in China: a provincial-level analysis
我校manbetx手机版登录注册孙涵老师团队在T2级别期刊——《Environmental Science and Pollution Research》上发表题为“Health and economic impacts from PM2.5 pollution transfer attributed to domestic trade in China: a provincial-level analysis”。论文第一作者为博士生胡雪原，通讯作者孙涵为manbetx手机版登录注册副教授、博士生导师。
In recent years, severe air pollution has had a serious impact on the health and economy of residents and has attracted great attention. Due to the spatial separation between consumption and production, the transfer of PM2.5 pollution and its health and economic effects caused by interprovincial trade have not been taken seriously. In this study, economic, atmospheric, and epidemiological models were combined to assess air pollution transfer and its health and economic impacts that are attributed to provincial trade in China. The analyses were performed under the PM2.5 transfer scenario in which economically developed areas in eastern China transferred many health and economic impacts to inland areas through interprovincial trade in 2012. As a result of interprovincial trade, 1980 (95%CI 0, 4114) extra deaths and 208,000 (95%CI 74.5, 395.6) additional illnesses accrued, but 0.184 (95%CI 0.017, 0.372) billion USD of residents’ economic loss was avoided in China. The results illustrate the serious impact of domestic trade on regional health and economics. It is necessary to comprehensively consider supply chains in designing policies to mitigate the negative health and economic impacts of air pollution across China.
Title:Health and economic impacts from PM2.5 pollution transfer attributed to domestic trade in China: a provincial-level analysis
Author:Xueyuan Hu; Han Sun; Xi Luo; Shan Ni; Yingying Yan
Key words:Interprovincial trade; Air pollution transfer; Public health; Economic loss
Journal:Environmental Science and Pollution Research