Greenhouse Gas Books

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Global Warming

by Springer

Global Warming: Engineering Solutions goes beyond the discussion of what global warming is, and offers complete concrete solutions that can be used to help prevent global warming. Innovative engineering solutions are needed to reduce the effects of global warming. Discussed here are proposed engineering solutions for reducing global warming ...;

The Greenhouse Gas Protocol - A Corporate Reporting and Accounting Standard

by Earthprint Ltd

This revised edition of the GHG Protocol Corporate Standard is the culmination of a two-year multi-stakeholder dialogue, designed to build on experience gained from using the first edition. It includes additional guidance, case studies, appendices, and a new chapter on setting a GHG target. ;

Carbon Inventory Methods

by Springer

Carbon inventory requiring estimation of carbon dioxide emissions and removals in land-use categories for national greenhouse gas inventory and changes in stocks of carbon in projects aimed at climate change mitigation has become increasingly important in global efforts to address climate change. Hence, there is a need for a handbook that provides ...;

2002 Report of the Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Technical Options Committee (RTOC)

by Earthprint Ltd

In the last decade, the refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump industry made tremendous technical progress and complied with the Montreal Protocol through phasing out CFCs and in several applications, HCFCs as well. The mobile air conditioning and the demestic refrigeration industries have shifted rapidly from CFC-12 to non-ODS ...;

Legal aspects in the implementation of CDM forestry projects

by Earthprint Ltd

Among the various innovative instruments linked to the Kyoto Protocol is the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which offers developed countries a chance to offset some of their greenhouse gas emissions by funding development projects in areas such as renewable energy and forestry. Over the last two years, the rules of the CDM and those relating ...;

Eutrophication in the Baltic Sea

by Springer

For many years the reduction of eutrophication in the Baltic Sea has been a hot issue for mass-media, science, political parties and environmental action groups with manifold implications related to fisheries (will the Baltic cod survive?), sustainable coastal development (have billions of Euros been wasted on nitrogen reductions?), ecotoxicology ...;

Climate in Peril : a popular guide to the latest IPCC reports

by Earthprint Ltd

Warming of the climate system is beyond argument, as shown by observations of increases in average air and ocean temperatures, the widespread melting of snow and ice, and rising global sea levels. But as the messages from scientists become increasingly explicit, the gap between the need for action they project and the climate policy the world ...;

Legal Aspects in the Implementation of CDM Forestry Projects

by IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature

Among the various innovative instruments linked to the Kyoto Protocol is the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM), which offers developed countries a chance to offset some of their greenhouse gas emissions by funding development projects in areas such as renewable energy and forestry. Over the last two years, the rules of the CDM and those relating ...;

Green Skies Thinking: Promoting The Development And Commercialisation Of Sustainable Bio-Jet Fuels

by Policy Exchange

Our report recommends the wide-scale deployment of sustainable bio-jet fuels which would result in emission reductions worth £37.41 billion in the UK between 2020 and 2050, as well as making a significant contribution to meeting the UK’s 2050 emission reduction target. We also set out how the UK can become a world leader in this important suite of ...;

A Sectoral Approach: Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in the Cement Industry

by Earthprint Ltd

This economic and policy modeling project is designed to improve understanding of the impacts of different carbon policies on emissions reductions, global trade and regional market shares in the cement sector. The results of the study show that cement production is likely to more than double by 2030, based on current demand forecasts.;

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