EC: HFCs raise greenhouse gases
- Warm weather helps reduce EU emissions. Wood, Janet // Utility Week;6/27/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p11
The article deals with the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 2006, according to European Environment Commissioner Stavros Dimas, based on data from the European Environment Agency. However, he said favourable weather and changes in the chemical industry were the main reasons for the fall....
- Environment Watch. Cozier, Muriel // European Chemical News;10/10/2005, Vol. 83 Issue 2166, p24
Presents updates on environmental issues in the chemical industry as of October 10, 2005. Agreement associated with greenhouse gas emissions reached by Korean authorities and Rhodia; Goal of the public education campaign launched by the American Chemistry Council; Information on the report...
- A Tough Policy Environment. Westervelt, Robert // Chemical Week;12/12/2007, Vol. 169 Issue 40, p3
The author explores some of the legislative and regulatory issues surrounding the U.S. chemical industry with the upcoming 2008 presidential elections in the country. He cites the belief by some analysts that major legislative action in critical areas such as energy and climate policy is not...
- Emissions control and reduction Laurmann, John A. // Climatic Change;Oct1989, Vol. 15 Issue 1/2, p271
No abstract available.
- Greenhouse Gas Ranking. Coleman, Denise Youngblood // Bulgaria Country Review;2013, p179
A chart is presented that shows the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Ranking of all countries as of 2012.
- International Environmental Agreements and Associations. // Turkmenistan Country Review;2013, p212
The article offers information on the international environmental agreements and the policies to reduce global warming which includes stabilizing greenhouse gas concentrations, improving Kyoto Protocol and the treatment of emissions.
- Environmental Issues. // Croatia Country Review;2012, p197
The article provides an overview of the environmental condition in Croatia as of 2012 including air pollution from metallurgical plants, total greenhouse gas emissions, and destructive earthquakes.
- U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions in 2001 Show Largest Decline in 11 Years. // Energy User News;Feb2003, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p4
Reports on the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. for the year 2001. Observance of the largest decline in carbon dioxide emission among all the greenhouse gases; Share of carbon dioxide among greenhouse gas emissions; Reasons behind the reduction in greenhouse gas emission.
- Greenhouse Gas Ranking. Coleman, Denise Youngblood // El Salvador Country Review;2013, p170
The article presents the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Ranking with the U.S. ranked No. 1 followed by China and Russia.