Latest Greenhouse gas emissions by the United States Stories
Right now, if businesses or environmental officials need to estimate the impact of different greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction measures in one country or region of North America compared to another, they face multiple GHG reporting regimes with varying levels of detail and complexity.
Global carbon dioxide emissions are projected to increase by 2.6 percent for 2012, setting a record high of around 39 billion tons.
Google may have provided a street level view of America, but researchers from Arizona State University are looking at what many of us don’t see at street level; namely the carbon dioxide emissions from individual buildings.
A new study, published in the Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, claims that the U.S. Federal government is significantly underestimating the costs of carbon pollution because it is using a faulty analytical model.
China’s per capita carbon emissions are now on par with those of Europe as the country’s carbon footprint skyrocketed in 2011, rising by 9 percent, or the equivalent of an extra 6.5 tons of gas for each resident, according to data released on Wednesday.
Atmospheric scientists at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and Nanjing University have produced the first "bottom-up" estimates of China's carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, for 2005 to 2009, and the first statistically rigorous estimates of the uncertainties surrounding China's CO2 emissions.
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