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Boyden Gray under the elder Bush, Holmstead had toiled on the Acid Rain program signed into law in 1990, which set the stage for Clear Skies by establishing a novel emissions trading program.
These emissions result in higher calculated risk due to the emissions' proximity to residential communities.
But they argue that the plant's emissions are large only because Bowen generates a huge amount of electricity, almost 21 million megawatt hours in 2004.
Another new way to reduce emissions is to cover up the external hoses and fittings on a blow molded tank.
Mean emissions were generated at amplitudes well above the criterion threshold for detection (figure 3).
You don't have to be a math whiz to use the calculator, which can figure emissions for a single event, such a vacation travel, or for the entire year.
One version of Hansen's model assumes that there was no legislation mandating large cuts in greenhouse gas emissions, which turned out to be true.
The convention grants developing countries a temporary reprieve from restrictions on emissions, providing them time to build their economies.
Emissions trading allows companies to emit in excess of their allocation of allowances by purchasing allowances from the market.
They also help counter one of the challenges of the diesel engine, which is that while the low emissions of nitrogen oxide are part of the engine's profile, they arise in just the opposite way to soot particulates.
x] and VOCs per mile over their lifetime than the current average vehicle, resulting in huge emissions declines, even with predicted increases in driving (Schwartz 2003; U.
As of 2002, Japan's greenhouse gas emissions were 12% over 1990 levels, suggesting that the nation faces a significant challenge in meeting its goal of reducing emissions to 6% below 1990 emission levels in the 2008 to 2012 time frame.
It is aimed at having those 140 or so industrialized nations of the world that signed the agreement in 1997 reduce the amount of anthropogenic carbon dioxide equivalent emissions they put in the atmosphere by about 8-10 per cent below their respective 1990 levels.
In the March 2004 issue of Scientific American, National Aeronautics and Space Administration global-warming expert James Hansen notes that greenhouse gas emissions and global-warming projections are "consistently pessimistic.
The principal worry is a little state agency in California, the Air Resources Board (ARB), which sets emissions policy for the state.
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