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Research Article

Tourism-Related CO2 Emission and Its Decoupling Effects in China: A Spatiotemporal Perspective

Table 2

The decoupling state in China for the period 2000–2015.

Decoupling state

2000-200111.038.341.32Negative decoupling
2001-200210.099.131.11Negative decoupling
2002-20031.2810.040.13Weak decoupling
2003-200418.5210.111.83Negative decoupling
2004-20058.2211.400.72Weak decoupling
2005-200610.4712.720.82Weak decoupling
2006-200713.0814.230.92Weak decoupling
2007-20085.589.650.58Weak decoupling
2008-20098.969.400.95Weak decoupling
2009-201010.2810.640.97Weak decoupling
2010-201111.239.541.18Negative decoupling
2011-20128.887.861.13Negative decoupling
2012-2013−19.957.76−2.57Strong decoupling
2013-20143.817.300.52Weak decoupling
2014-20155.046.910.73Weak decoupling