What is the percentage of carbon dioxide emissions caused by the aerospace industry?
Around 5% of man's contribution to CO2.
What percentage of the world's carbon dioxide emissions are man made ie in relation to emissions from the sea rotting vegetation and volcanoes?
Is ozone depletion an activity that is responsible for the largest percentage of human-made carbon dioxide emissions?
Actually the questions must be the other way round that is the largest percentage of human-made carbon dioxide emissions responsible for ozone depletion. But still carbon dioxide is not the only reason for the ozone depletion. Various other factors such as freons, CFC's etc are responsible for ozone depletion.
Any industry that runs on fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas), adds extra carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, thus contributing to global warming. The petroleum industry does this. As well, it also provides the fossil fuel (petroleum) for the transport industry, which is responsible for 30% of greenhouse gas emissions.
Auto emits carbon monoxide(CO), carbon dioxide(CO2) and some other gases and particles which pollute the environment. the amount of CO2 compared to total amount of emission in percentage is called as percent of carbon dioxide in auto emissions. %CO2=(Volume of CO2 emitted/Total volume of emission)*100
The amount of carbon dioxide emitted each year varies according to the amount of forest burnt. However, there is no net increase in atmospheric carbon dioxide from forest fires, as long as the forests are allowed to recover and regrow. Answer Very little, compared to human emissions. It's hard to say exactly... It is 25.687%, approximately, it is 25.7% it is 25.687%
Which of the following activities is responsible for the largest percentage of human-made carbon dioxide emissions?
John E. Pinkerton has written: 'Sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides emissions from pulp and paper mills in 2000' -- subject(s): Environmental aspects, Environmental aspects of Nitrogen oxides, Environmental aspects of Paper mills, Environmental aspects of Sulphur dioxide, Environmental aspects of Wood-pulp industry, Nitrogen oxides, Paper mills, Sulphur dioxide, Wood-pulp industry
The human activity of burning fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) in industry, transport and the generation of electricity, is releasing carbon dioxide (CO2). Emissions can be reduced by changing to renewable energy (solar, wind, water, hydro, tidal and wave, geothermal, ocean thermal, biomass, biofuel and hydrogen) instead of coal, oil and gas.
When calcium carbonate is thermally decomposed to make cement, it produces lime and carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a major greenhouse gas causing global warming. 900 kilograms (almost one tonne) of carbon dioxide are emitted for every tonne of cement manufactured. The cement industry is responsible for about 5% of all carbon dioxide emissions.
The answer varies widely. The fossil fuel industry is ultimately responsible for 30 billion tons of CO2 emissions per year. It would be more, but a bit of it is captured and sequestered. Then therevis overlap, as some of the oil and gas produced by the petroleum industry might be used for maintenance and development of geothermal energy supplies.
Get your government to stop carbon dioxide emissions from industry, factories and power stations. Get your government to support and promote renewable energy, which is the answer to preventing global warming. Get your government to replant the millions of trees that have been cut down. Vegetation is the only thing that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.