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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Petroleum and natural gas systems were the second largest stationary source, reporting 224,000,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, a decrease of one percent from the previous year.
Petroleum and natural gas systems were the second largest stationary source, reporting 224 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, a decrease of 1 percent from the previous year.
On average, changing from a nonvegetarian to a vegetarian diet could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 22% (average of scenarios 1-3).
Greenhouse Gas Services will break ground this year on its first biogas project, a 2.
Connecticut has enacted a law that sets a statewide greenhouse gas emissions reduction target of 10 percent below 1990 levels by 2020.
In 2006, seven northeastern states formed the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative to create a system of economic incentives for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
would emit 30 percent more greenhouse gas emissions in 2008 than it did in 1990.
national-level activities remain voluntary, several state- and regional-level programs are being developed that could ultimately result in limits on greenhouse gas emissions from forest products industry facilities.
This mechanism has the potential to accelerate investment in developing countries sustainably, by encouraging Annex I countries to invest funds in or provide technology transfers for projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Non-Annex I countries.
An influential 2003 report out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), The Future of Nuclear Power: An Interdisciplinary MIT Study, spelled out the major areas of concern surrounding nuclear energy and proposed a plan that the authors hoped would allow the United States to resume development of nuclear power in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
4) If water vapour is a more effective greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, then why isn't global warming a consequence of more water vapour?
Scientists predict growing greenhouse gas emissions in both wealthy countries and in two rapidly developing countries, China and

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