Economic Evaluation and Regional Coordination Analysis of Forestry Carbon Sink in Shandong Province, China
Under the background of carbon neutrality and carbon emission peak, forest area shrinks sharply due to more frequent human social activities and natural or human factors, so the issue of global climate warming has attracted unprecedented attention of the mankind. The Chinese government has been trying to increase forest carbon sinks by issuing various policy documents and implementing measures such as land greening, forest resource protection and forest quality improvement on a large scale. Forest carbon sink has aroused wide concern due to its low cost, easy implementation and ability to effectively lower greenhouse gas concentrations. Study on the economic value of forest carbon sinks and its influencing factors will help us understand forest carbon sinks and provide a basis for the government and forestry organizations at all levels to conduct scientific and rational forest management. This paper studies the research results on forest carbon sinks at home and abroad. On this basis, the forest resources in Shandong Province are selected as the concrete research object. Based on the collected data and stock expansion method, the carbon sink of forest resources in Shandong province is measured. Secondly, the carbon tax method and the afforestation cost method are selected to evaluate the economic value in carbon sink of forest resources in Shandong Province.