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

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/publications/kyoto-protocol-greenhouse-gases/chapter-4.html

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

Greenhouse gas emissions

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/environmental-indicators/greenhouse-gas-emissions.html

Apr 17, 2019 ...Greenhouse gas emissions Access PDF (1.09 MB) Climate change is one of the most important environmental issues of our time. Climate change is caused by the increase in concentrations of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the atmosphere. These increases are primarily due to human activities such as the use of fossil fuels or agriculture. The indicators report

Funding to Reduce Greenhouse Gases, Improve Traffic Flow in Nanaimo

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2008/01/funding-reduce-greenhouse-gases-improve-traffic-flow-nanaimo.html

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: 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

Marine Emissions Inventory Tool

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Sep 11, 2019 ...Marine Emissions Inventory Tool Environment and Climate Change Canada has developed a marine emissions inventory and a web-based visualization tool. The tool provides an inventory of shipping activity, energy use, and air pollutants and greenhouse gases emissions from marine vessels. The Marine Emission Inventory Tool (MEIT) displays marine emissions from

Greenhouse gases - Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)

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...Greenhouse gases Ten per cent of Canada's greenhouse gas emissions are from crop and livestock production, excluding emissions from the use of fossil fuels or from fertilizer production. The main gases emitted by agricultural activities are: Carbon dioxide (CO2), which is released during soil cultivation; Methane (CH4), which is associated with cattle

Frequently asked questions about climate change

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Nov 30, 2015 .... Climate change can be caused by natural processes, such as changes in the output of the sun and in the amount of volcanic dust in the atmosphere. It can also be affected by human activities. In particular, human activities that involve burning fossil fuels (eg. coal, oil) can change the composition of the atmosphere through emissions of greenhouse gases and other

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

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/canadian-environmental-protection-act-registry/publications/kyoto-protocol-greenhouse-gases/chapter-1.html

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

Reporting greenhouse gas emissions

https://www.canada.ca/en/environment-climate-change/services/climate-change/greenhouse-gas-emissions/facility-reporting/reporting.html

Mar 29, 2019 ...Reporting greenhouse gas emissions Information and guidance on reporting to the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Program (GHGRP). The Notice with respect to reporting of greenhouse gases (GHGs) for 2018 was published on January 19, 2019 in the Canada Gazette. The notice describes who must report and what information must be reported by June 1, 2019. The Single

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

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