本篇代写论文价格-不可再生能源对经济和环境的影响讲了对快速增长的亚洲经济体的影响，在这些经济体中，不可再生能源的消费将随着时间的推移而增加。增长将增加，不可再生资源的减少将影响使用替代产品的机会。如果不可再生资源的分配和分配不平衡，那么生产将受到影响，并影响环境的可持续性。本篇代写论文价格文章由澳洲第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
Findings of paper 1 address the implications for the fast growing Asian economies where the consumption of non renewable energy will increase with the passage of time. Growth will increase and decreasing levels of non renewable resources will impact on increasing the chances of using the substitute products. If allocation and distribution of non renewable resources will not be balanced then the production will be impacted and impact on the sustainability of the environment (Cairns, 1990).
Findings of paper 2 suggested that limited stock of non renewable resources will create economic imbalance in future. Impact of supply and demand on the consumption of energy is inversely proportional with the price. When supply of non renewable resources decreases, price increases and vice versa. Price will increase with the passage of time because non renewable resources like oil are limited. Substitute products need to be developed with the passage of time using technological innovations for fulfilling the needs of energy. Role of substitution plays positive in European economies because they have managed to create good substitutes for energy at lower prices (Krautkraemer, 1998).
In paper 3, findings suggest the development of a theoretical model explaining the technological processes used for making substitute energy. Models used in the paper have been explained and integrations are present with the findings of paper. Prices fluctuate on the basis of supply and demand of non renewable resources. With an increase in supply and decrease in demand of non renewable resources, price decreases. Prices in future will increase and can fluctuate in European economies because they have created substitutes of non renewable resources. Impact of decreasing supply all over the world will result in designing a technological mix of resources for fulfilling energy needs (Rogner, 1997).