Navigating the numbers: greenhouse gas data and international climate policy
World Resources Institute, Dec 30, 2005 - Political Science - 122 pages
This document provides data on greenhouse gas and international climate policy. It examines them at the global, national, sectoral, and fuel levels and identifies implications of the data for international cooperation on global climate change.
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COUNTRYBASED DATA AND INDICATORS Chapter 2 GHG EMISSIONS AND TRENDS
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Absolute emissions activities agreements agriculture Annex Appendix 2.A Argentina Australia Author calculations based on IEA biomass Brazil building sector CAIT Canada capita emissions carbon intensity change and forestry Chapter chemicals China climate change Climate Convention CO2 emissions coal developing countries Direct fuel combustion economic Electricity & Heat electricity and heat emis Emissions Intensity energy intensity energy-related estimated exports factors Figure fossil fuel combustion fossil fuels fuel mix global emissions global warming potentials greenhouse gas growth heat consumption HFCs includes increase India Indonesia Industrial Processes industrialized countries international bunker fuels international climate IPCC Iran Japan Kyoto Protocol land-use change largest LUCF major emitters Mexico MtCO natural gas non-CO2 gases Online percent of global PFCs population projections Russia Saudi Arabia sectoral approach share significant sions Sources & Notes South Korea steel subsectors tion trade transport trends Ukraine uncertainties UNFCCC