Another 40 megatonnes
of cuts is supposed to come from what is rather loosely termed "Programs.
basis, could remove 10 million vehicles from the road in 2025, eliminating 15 megatonnes
2] emissions rising from about 20 megatonnes
in 1900 to 58 megatonnes
by 1950, peaking at just above 130 megatonnes
in 1979 to 1980, which means that S[O.
With an estimated 239 megatonnes
of waste arisings, which is twenty-one per cent more than today, this scenario represents by far the worst vision of the future.
The Renewable Fuel Association (RFA) 2009 Ethanol Industry Outlook estimated that about 25 million megatonnes
(Mt), or 27.
This had the effect of weakening Canada's targets by about 32 Megatonnes
1 billion was allocated) is to build a power station that will pump 25-30 megatonnes
of CO2 into the atmosphere annually, more than the output of 115 countries.
Nevertheless, the net result is roughly the same as that estimated last year - Environment Canada still expects to exceed Canada's 5-year total Kyoto target by just over 800 megatonnes
(Mt) of GHGs.
NWR upgraded its production targets for 2009 to 11 megatonnes
of coal and 840 kilotonnes of coke.
3) Indeed, Canada's increase in total aggregate greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 to 2007 was the highest among G8 nations, (4) rising from 596 megatonnes
in carbon dioxide equivalents (C[O.
This represents some four megatonnes
of extra CO2 emissions from Chinese coal-fired power plants every week.
More recently, the explosion of volcano Krakatoa in 1883 - which is still active - produced the equivalent of 200 megatonnes