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Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: chapter 4

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May 13, 2015 ...Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: chapter 4 Previous page Table of contents Next page 4. Conclusion Given that: the radiative properties of GHGs, and the role GHGs play in the energy balance of the Earth, are well established; concentrations of atmospheric GHGs and their radiative forcings have generally

Latest environmental indicators

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Jun 28, 2019 .... For example, temperature change could influence crops, forests, infrastructure, the spread of disease, the availability of water and the health of ecosystems. Temperature is also a key indicator of how the climate is changing in response to human emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs), as increasing GHG concentrations result in warming of the lower atmosphere. Key

Voluntary participation policy for Output-Based Pricing System

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Jun 28, 2019 ... of Saskatchewan the activity listed in item 5 or 38, column 1 of Schedule 1 to the OBPSR; A report was made, in accordance with a Notice with respect to reporting of greenhouse gases (GHGs) published under section 46 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999, in respect of that facility indicating that that facility emitted a quantity of greenhouse gases equal

Carbon assimilation system

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Jun 7, 2018 ...Carbon assimilation system Scientists at Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) are actively studying the sources of greenhouse gases across Canada and the rest of the Earth. Fossil fuel emissions and industrial production are the major anthropogenic sources of CO2, but there are also natural sources and sinks from the biosphere and the oceans

Greenhouse gas emissions from large facilities

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May 13, 2019 ...Greenhouse gas emissions from large facilities Access PDF (217 kB) The release of greenhouse gases (GHGs) and their increasing concentration in the atmosphere is leading to a changing climate. This change has an impact on the environment, human health and the economy. This indicator tracks GHG emissions and provides consistent information on emissions from

Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: endnotes

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May 13, 2015 ...Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: endnotes Previous page Table of contents Next page Endnotes In the endnotes below, IPCC reports will be referred to simply as IPCC 2001: WGI, WGII, and Synthesis Report, as appropriate. The full references for these reports are given here: IPCC 2001 WGI Report: IPCC 2001: Climate

Funding to Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Improve Traffic Flow in Nanaimo

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Jan 22, 2008 ...Funding to Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Improve Traffic Flow in Nanaimo News Release January 22, 2008 Nanaimo, British Columbia The City of Nanaimo will reduce greenhouse gases and vehicle congestion by improving a busy stretch of road, thanks to an investment of $790,000 from the federal and provincial governments. The funding is provided through the Canada

Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: chapter 1

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May 13, 2015 ...Kyoto Protocol greenhouse gases and the Canadian Environmental Protection Act: chapter 1 Table of contents Next page 1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose of the Report 1.2 Scope of the Report 1.3 The IPCC Third Assessment Report (TAR) 1.1 Purpose of the Report The purpose of this Report is to determine whether the greenhouse gases (GHGs) addressed by the Kyoto

Carbon pollution pricing: options for a Federal Greenhouse Gas Offset System, chapter 10

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Jun 28, 2019 ... eligibility Scope Offset project start date of January 1st, 2017 or later. The project start date corresponds to the date that the offset project activity first began The offset project must occur in Canada The offset project activities and greenhouse gases (GHG) targeted by the project must be covered in Canada’s most recent National Inventory Report – including any

Causes of climate change

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Mar 28, 2019 ... greenhouse gases, such as nitrous oxide, stay in the atmosphere for a long time. Other substances only produce short-term effects. Not all substances produce warming. Some, like certain aerosols, can produce cooling. What are climate forcers? Carbon dioxide and other substances are referred to as climate forcers because they force or push the climate towards being

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