There is also a strong argument that Western countries where emissions have fallen or grown slowly (especially Britain and the US) have really been exporting their emissions with their manufacturing industries to developing countries like China, where emissions have been rising fast.
china and india
China and India
The countries that produce the most greenhouse gas emissions include Belize, Qatar1, Guyana1, Malaysia12, United Arab Emirates1, Kuwait, Australia, and Canada.
To cap means to stop, to put a cap on something. If an industry is producing greenhouse gas, then the government will legislate a cap, meaning it will only be allowed to produce this much greenhouse gas. "Capping greenhouse gas emissions" is the point at which greenhouse gas emissions stop. Each year the cap will be lowered so greenhouse gas emissions will start to decline.
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions
The Kyoto Protocol.
Greenhouse gas emissions cause a destruction of the atmosphere. It is because of these gases that there have been reports of global warming.
because deforestation has increased greenhouse gas emissions
it was a world agreement on greenhouse gas emissions but some countries like the usa and Australia rufused to sign up
Carbon dioxide is a gas most present in the greenhouse gases. If carbon dioxide emissions aren't reduced, they will continue to live on in the atmosphere destroying the ozone layer and resulting in detrimental climate changes.
China has recently overtaken the US in the annual production of greenhouse gas emissions.The US is still the leader in the long-termamounts of pollution emitted.
they all do when BURNED
Emissions means "what comes out", or "what is released".When we talk about greenhouse gas emissions we are usually referring to carbon dioxide, which is emitted when we burn fossil fuels. It can also refer to methane, another greenhouse gas, which is emitted from cattle and from melting tundra.its is emissions from cars , fridges, factory's it goes into the atmosphere and coats things such as tree's and they cut the trees down and then it is less oxygen
The Paris Agreement is an agreement among the countries of the world to reduce levels of greenhouse gas emissions, starting in 2020.195 countries negotiated this agreement, which was adopted on 12 December 2015.193 countries have signed the treaty.105 countries have ratified it. (November 2016)The agreement came into effect on 4 November 2016 when 55 countries, representing at least 55% of greenhouse gas emissions, ratified the agreement.
Renewable energy produces practically no greenhouse gases, compared to fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas). Hydroelectric power has very little greenhouse gas emissions associated with it. Wind and solar power tend to have low emissions. Geothermal energy also has low emissions. Nuclear power has some greenhouse gas emissions associated with the mining and refining of uranium ore, but not a lot.
This is not true. Composting REDUCES the amount of garbage, and can, if done properly, reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
No. Solar panels produce electricity from the sun without any greenhouse gas emissions. (Their construction and installation is responsible for some emissions, but these are cancelled out by the clean electricity of the first few months.)
They act as carbon sink to alleviate greenhouse gas emissions.
the Kyoto Protocol ♥
The USA signed but did not ratify the Kyoto Protocol which was a legally binding agreement to reduce greenhouse gases. It claimed that to do would damage its economy.
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