greenhouse emission

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Synonyms for greenhouse emission

a gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation

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The court's 7-2 decision was a critically important victory for the EPA's efforts to regulate greenhouse emissions from coal-fired power plants, especially given the appalling refusal of Congress to approve legislation addressing the nation's - and the world's - most pressing environmental problem.
Maruti Suzuki, an India-based automaker, is planning to decrease the greenhouse emission of its vehicles.
The blueprint to train and educate engineers in nuclear, solar, wind power and other renewable energy resources is designed to enable South Korea to meet global energy sector paradigm that is rapidly moving to reduce greenhouse emissions, according to the Ministry of Knowledge Economy.
According to the Cabinet-level Environmental Protection Administration (EPA), Taiwan's greenhouse emissions showed a negative 4.
The third factor is the greenhouse emission levels resulting from each dollar of GDP.
The greenhouse emission impact will be further offset if the carbon intensiveness of energy use declines.
For example, Enron, which recently proposed some large generation facilities in India, might, for example, claim that by powering them with state-of-the-art gas turbines, they reduce greenhouse emissions by, say, 10,000,000 tons per year, compared to coal, which would nominally be the fuel of choice.
Richard Adams, Sabre Travel Network's senior vice-president, EMEA, said: "The Greenhouse Emission report adds a significant environmental element to the overall service that travel management companies can offer their corporate customers.
Planktos is primarily focused on the commercial opportunities attendant to the Kyoto Protocol which permits companies and governments to offset regulated greenhouse emission restrictions by investing in carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction programs in exchange for certified emission reduction ("CER") credits.
The Kyoto Protocol enables companies and governments to offset regulated greenhouse emission restrictions by investing in CO2 reduction programs in exchange for certified emission reduction (CER) credits.
ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that the government would bring furnace oil import to zero by converting powerhouses running on furnace oil to imported Liquefied Natural Gas to further contain greenhouse emissions.
The project consists of 1908 solar photovoltaic panels generating approximately 938,000 KW-hour per year, contributing to cost savings at Liban Cables while reducing the company's greenhouse emissions by 751 tons per year," it added.
Pressure has been growing on the aviation industry to take action on greenhouse emissions from flights to curb temperature rises.
The agreement allows member-countries to cut back on greenhouse emissions and adopt climate change mitigation measures in consonance with their development goals and needs.
The Minister noted that the deal stipulate that each signatory will keep its greenhouse emissions well below three percent, voicing hope that the world's main emitters, notably the United States and China as well as the European countries, will meet their obligations under the treaty.