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 Detroit Regional Chamber's Automotive Jobs Action Coalition (AJAC) believes the federal government should establish and administer a single, national program for the regulation of vehicle greenhouse gas emissions and fuel economy.
Under the cap, the permit trading price, and thus the cost of greenhouse gas emissions, is uncertain in advance.
Unfortunately, global competitive problems resulting from greenhouse gas emission policies may not be easy to address.
Greenhouse gas emissions per GDP in the EU-25 decreased by 18 % from 1995-2004.
If enacted, the California Climate Act of 2006 would place a cap on greenhouse gas emissions from electricity generation, industry and the commercial sector.
For example, the governors of nine Northeast states have proposed an agreement to cap greenhouse gas emissions from all power plants in their states.
Two independent reviews of the VCR by the Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development have found that few companies have taken actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Summary: ALGIERS- Energy and Mines Minister Youcef Yousfi on Monday has expressed hope that the United Nations Convention on Climate Change recognizes the carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and storage as new technology in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
During the observed period, the share of greenhouse gas emissions from various sources in agriculture changed primarily due to the impact of the increase in indirect emissions from agricultural land, the Agency for Statistics of BiH stated.
The property/casualty insurance giant said it has a new companywide goal to slash its global greenhouse gas emissions by 20 percent on an absolute basis as of 2025.

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