EXCHANGE Volume 02, No. 1, 2024, pp. 123-128

Xinjie YU

Regionalization Strategy of Carbon Neutral Policy Based on Gridding

Abstract: Rasterization refers to the use of GIS technology to virtualize the actual geographic location and establish a certain model by setting certain parameters to reflect the distribution of certain types of data in a certain time and space range. The traditional spatial division method suffers from limited spatial and temporal accuracy, cumbersome data collation, and a mismatch of spatial units, which seriously restrict the practical application of social data in regional policy-making. Nowadays, the goal of achieving carbon neutrality is urgent, and policy formulation is even more important. On this basis, this study explores the use of the rasterization method to divide geographic areas within a specific administrative region to reflect the overall environmental conditions of different regions in a more detailed and accurate way, to formulate different carbon-neutral management policies according to local conditions, coordinate the development of regional environmental integration, and achieve the process of carbon neutrality faster.

Keywords: Carbon neutrality; policy recommendations; rasterization; regionalized management.