greenhouse gas

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But, we believe that since America is the second biggest carbon emitter after China, the 32 percent carbon emission target by 2030 does not sound impressive and the target must have been higher to provide pretty strong push for other rich polluters such as Russia, Japan, Germany, United Kingdom, Korea and Canada to announce their more ambitious carbon emission reduction plans, respectively, Mushahidullah Khan stressed.
The news item, published in various English and Urdu daily newspapers has incorrectly published that Pakistan plans to reduce carbon emissions 30 percent by year 2025," the minister said.
Taking a bold stand on carbon emissions, Union Minister of Environment, Forests and Climate Change Prakash Javadekar has said that carbon emissions may increase as India follows the path of growth.
Upon completion of this energy transformation program by 2014, Turk Telekom will be able to prevent an amount of carbon emission equaling to carbon emission reduction of a forest of 5.
Summary: <p>At its heart, much of the debate over climate change deals with just one divisive and vexing question: How big should cuts in carbon emissions be?
Over the past three years the potato supplier has slashed its carbon emissions by six per cent by building a state-of-the-art cold store that uses less power than traditional facilities, and introducing high-speed doors in areas of the factory where heat loss is above average.
CCX), the second largest live carbon emissions trading market in the world, are teaming up to develop products based on carbon emission credits.
So the protocol's red-faced host country is bumping up its involvement in the treaty's three mechanisms: Joint Implementation, the Clean Development Mechanism and Carbon Emissions Trading.
Jim Needham, Director, Scottish Gas, said that making improvements in domestic energy efficiency was the key to delivering the Government's carbon emission reduction targets.
For this, a carbon emission penalty on fossil fuel based generation is one of the mechanisms of pricing carbon emissions.
McCormick's data show that "rich countries take more carbon out of the air than poorer ones" and that "the growth rate of net carbon emission per person will soon be negative in the United States.
In line with the United Kingdom's (UK) climate change mitigation strategy, Environment Minister Michael Meacher announced that 15 energy-intensive industry sectors have agreed to meet carbon emission reduction targets.
Australia is expected to achieve less than a third of its target carbon emission cuts, according to research firm Reputex.
Eugene's emissions are about one-half of the statewide average per capita carbon emission, and about two-fifths of the national per capita emission, the report found.
This abundant usage of natural resources has increased the carbon emission level in our environment which has resulted in global warming.