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Current literature highlights the role of commercial centers in cities in generating shopping trips and transport carbon emissions. However, the influence of the characteristics of commercial centers on consumer travel behavior and transport carbon emissions is not well understood. This study addresses this knowledge gap by examining shopping trips to eight commercial centers in Shenyang, China, and the CO 2 emissions of these trips. We found that the locations and types of commercial centersdoi:10.3390/en9100765 fatcat:5f3zb5xtd5erdirhc2ny23bci4