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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The study estimates that by 2020, when the first stage of Capital Metro is operational, about 2,900 to 4,700 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year will be eliminated from the transport sector.
Making our greenhouse gas emissions estimating system available publicly demonstrates our commitment to addressing the important issue of global climate change," said ChevronTexaco Chairman and CEO Dave O'Reilly.
It is designed to allow entities from the public and private sectors to use market-based mechanisms to account for greenhouse gas emissions reductions.
Niagara Mohawk has reduced its greenhouse gas emissions significantly below 1990 levels through a variety of measures, including power plant performance and energy efficiency improvements, use of less polluting fuels and development of renewable energy sources.
Members of the Registry voluntarily measure, verify, and publicly report their greenhouse gas emissions.
industries that consume energy and face international competition could, however, meet with grave competitive challenges if the rest of the world did not also adopt comparable greenhouse gas emission policies that would equalize costs around the world.
New Zealand will begin introducing an economy-wide greenhouse gas emissions trading scheme in 2008 aimed at cutting greenhouse gas outputs at the lowest cost to economic growth, a senior official said.
Key words: greenhouse gas emission, GDP, regression analysis.
One central issue facing policy makers and electric utilities is the question of how to meet the rapidly growing worldwide demand for electricity while not increasing global greenhouse gas emissions.
Researchers from Loma Linda University determined annual greenhouse gas emissions resulting from food choices of people eating what they termed vegetarian diets (meat less than once a month), semivegetarian diets (meat less than once a week), and nonvegetarian diets (1).
The proposed rule would require companies reporting annual greenhouse gas emissions to use an EPA electronic verification tool for calculating process and production data.
Japan is expected to clear the target, as the country's greenhouse gas emissions decreased 9.

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