22-10-2020 · Emissions by geographical region for CO2, SO2, and NOx: 2013 (1 mb) 2014 (1 mb) 2015 (1 mb) 2016 (1 mb) 2017 (1 mb) 2018 (1 mb) 2019 (1 mb) Read EIA's Electric Power Data Guide. Questions/Comments: Electricity data experts. About EIA. Open Data. Press Room. Careers.
Tree offset calculation is based on a tree planted in the humid tropics absorbing on average 50 pounds (22 kg) of carbon dioxide annually over 40 years 2 - each tree will absorb 1 ton of CO2 over its lifetime; but as trees grow, they compete for resources and some may die or be destroyed - not all will achieve their full carbon sequestration potential.
14-09-2016 · Here we show that the carbon footprint of hydropower is far higher than previously assumed, with a global average of 173 kg CO2 and 2.95 kg CH4 emitted per MWh of electricity produced. This results in a combined average carbon footprint of 273 kg CO2e/MWh when using the global warming potential over a time horizon of 100 years (GWP100).
24-08-2019 · A baby tree absorbs 5.9kg CO2 per year, while a 10 year old tree absorbs 22kg CO2 per year. If every American family would plant just one tree, it could lead to a reduction of 453.592 ton of CO2 every year; which is about 5% of the total human CO2 production. This means that if every American family would plant 20 trees, we might actually play ...
2013 Revisions to the Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule (PDF) to 40 CFR part 98, subpart C: Table C–1 to Subpart C—Default CO2 Emission Factors and High Heat Values for Various Types of Fuel and Table C–2 to Subpart C—Default CH4 and N2O Emission Factors for Various Types of Fuel.
Densities of this concretes start with 200-250 kg/m3 (sprayed coatings or void filler), while a wall mixture for non load-bearing applications ranges usually from 400-500 kg/m3. Whereas hemp consumption is unchanged, higher densities of 600 kg-1000 kg are achieved, among other methods, with higher binder content  what increases the mechanical strength.
04-10-2019 · Where in the world do people emit the most CO2? by Hannah Ritchie. October 04, 2019. Our World in Data presents the empirical evidence on global development in entries dedicated to specific topics. This blog post draws on data and research discussed in our entry on CO 2 and Greenhouse Gas Emissions.