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The paper aims to shed light on the methodological challenges of GHG monitoring at local level and to give an overview on current practices. Questions addressed are as follows: How do the methodologies which underlie different GHG inventory tools differ? What are the critical variables explaining differences between inventories? The first section discusses methodological challenges related to the formation of local GHG inventories. Rather than giving a comprehensive overview on methodological problems, this section mainly highlights some of the central methodological challenges posed by local GHG inventories. This overview identifies critical variables and clarifies concepts that are necessary for the understanding of the subsequent analysis.
Carbon tax and pricing greenhouse gas emissions: Research and perspectives
Research article 23 Feb Correspondence : Pallav Purohit purohit iiasa. This study uses the GAINS model framework to estimate current and future emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases F-gases , their abatement potentials, and costs for twenty source sectors and countries and regions, which are aggregated to produce global estimates. There are extensive opportunities to reduce emissions using existing technology and alternative substances with low global warming potential.
IMO continues to contribute to the global fight against climate change, in support of the UN Sustainable Development Goal 13 , to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts. IMO is also executing global technical cooperation projects to support the capacity of States, particularly developing States, to implement and support energy efficiency in the shipping sector. Click on the image on the right to view and download a PDF leaflet on IMO Action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping, including a timeline. A detailed historical overview of IMO's work can be found here.
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