Greenhouse Gas

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Any gas linked to increasing atmospheric temperature
Major greenhouse gases Water vapour, CO2, CH4, NO2, O3, CFCs, SO4, and others
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If you're developing country, it isn't seen to be fair to reduce green house gas emissions because you're going to slow down their economic growth," he added.
This award recognizes Whatcom County's commitment to reducing green house gas emissions by reducing the amount of energy we use," Bellingham Mayor Dan Pike said.
A wide range of other gases that are used in production of ICTs or are liberated from them can make potentially major additions to green house gas damage.
NESTA launched the competition because it felt Government policy focused too heavily on science and technology to tackle green house gas emissions.
MTEX also plans to take part in an Israeli project where businesses measure, report and monitor green house gas emissions.
Speakers at the first Green Real Estate Summit, which took place in New York City last week, confirmed that the rules are changing and that relationships between real estate parties and the documents that govern those relationships are evolving, in both cases, in response to the need for reductions in green house gas emissions.
The coalition of development, environment, youth and faith groups will ask gig-goers to add their names to calls for an annual carbon budget with three per cent yearly reductions in green house gas emissions.
Green roofs can save millions of dollars in energy consumption, improve air quality and reduce green house gas emissions.
Yet our Kyoto climate change responsibilities require a huge reduction in green house gas emissions.
BioDiesel can reduce green house gas emissions by up to 85 per cent compared to gasoline, and can be used in any diesel engine without modifications.
The Mexican Secretariat for Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT) has launched the Mexico GHG Pilot Program, a voluntary national program to measure and report business green house gas (GHG) emissions.
Dear Editor, - Yet again, with some justification I suppose, our cars are being featured as a major component of the global warming problem, while motor manufacturers continue to increase production, little or nothing is said in respect of two main contributors to the so-called green house gas effect.