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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In that same year, 31 per cent of Ontarios total transportation sector greenhouse gas emissions came from the road-based movement of freight.
Estimated greenhouse gas emissions due to dietary choices were more than twice as high for meat-eaters compared to vegans.
In July 2010, as part of its greenhouse gas emissions reporting rules, EPA proposed that inputs to the emissions equations are classified as emissions data.
Republicans responded by saying that Democrats were ignoring concerns that EPA's regulation of greenhouse gas emissions will hurt job creation and the overall economy.
The study estimates that, under the best case scenario, technical measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions could cut by between 15% and 19% of emissions from livestock farming.
The GreenGov Supply Chain Partnership was developed in response to President Obama's Executive Order 13514 which required GSA to identify ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout the federal government supply chain.
One option for reducing pollution and greenhouse gas emissions is a program called emissions trading, or "cap and trade.
That legislation creates a cap-and-trade system which is designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from a baseline period by allowing greenhouse gas-emitting companies to either reduce or purchase emission credits from a government-sponsored market.
Always pushing the envelope, California then adopted a controversial measure requiring automakers to reduce their vehicles' greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2016.
Under the plan, an acceptable level of greenhouse gas emissions will be allocated to each sector.
Although buildings produce nearly half of all greenhouse gas emissions contributing to global warming, a survey released by the American Institute of Architects (ALA) shows that 40% of voters believe cars and trucks are the highest contributors, compared to just seven percent who accurately identified buildings as the top cause of emissions.
The Vanguard could exceed state standards, cutting greenhouse gas emissions by as much as 40%, said David Friedman, UCS's clean vehicles research director.

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