Co2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion: 1971-2008 2010 edition by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development

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5 times that of its ratio in 1990 and will continue to grow. India’s per capita emissions in 2030 will, however, still be well below those in the OECD member countries today. In terms of CO2/GDP, India has continuously improved the efficiency of its economy and reduced the CO2 emissions per unit of GDP by 21% between 1990 and 2008. 22 21. According to the website of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy of the Government of India. in. 22. As per its stated goal in association with the Copenhagen Accord.

X The IEA is using the 1996 IPCC Guidelines. The IEA is still using the 1996 IPCC Guidelines. Some countries may have already started using the 2006 IPCC Guidelines. x Energy activity data are extracted from the IEA energy balances and may differ from those used for the UNFCCC calculations. Countries often have several “official” sources of data such as a Ministry, a Central Bureau of Statistics, a nationalised electricity company, etc. Data can also be collected from the energy suppliers, the energy consumers or customs statistics.

Theoretically, this category should show relatively small emissions representing the loss of carbon by other ways than combustion, such as evaporation or leakage. Negative emissions for one product and positive emissions for another product would imply a change in the classification of the emission source as a result of an energy transformation between coal and gas, between coal and oil, etc. In practice, however, it often proves difficult to correctly account for all inputs and outputs in energy transformation industries, and to separate energy that is transformed from energy that is combusted.

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