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Emission may refer to: Emission of chemical products: Emission of air pollutants, notably: Flue gas, gas exiting to the atmosphere via a flue; Exhaust gas, flue ...

Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program - MVA - Maryland.gov


... in a Private Transaction · Investigations · My Car Does What? New to Maryland · Bookmark and Share. Print This Page. Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program ...

Sources of Greenhouse Gas Emissions | Greenhouse Gas (GHG ...


Aug 9, 2016 ... Pie chart of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by economic sector in 2014. 30 percent Total Emissions in 2014 = 6,870 Million Metric Tons of ...

EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook — European ...


The joint EMEP/EEA air pollutant emission inventory guidebook supports the reporting of emissions data under the UNECE Convention on Long-range ...

Emissions Trading - unfccc


Parties with commitments under the Kyoto Protocol (Annex B Parties) have accepted targets for limiting or reducing emissions. These targets are expressed as ...

Emission | Define Emission at Dictionary.com


Emission definition, an act or instance of emitting: the emission of poisonous fumes. See more.

emission - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


An emission is something that's been released or emitted into the world. Car exhaust, burps, and radio broadcasts are all examples of emissions.

The Emissions Gap Report - UNEP


The interactive map shows the findings of the emission gap report and presents the current country pledges, for both Annex 1 countries and Non Annex 1 ...

Emission | Definition of Emission by Merriam-Webster


the act of producing or sending out something (such as energy or gas) from a source. : something sent out or given off. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's ...

FAO - News Article: Key facts and findings


Total emissions from global livestock: 7.1 Gigatonnes of Co2-equiv per year, representing 14.5 percent of all anthropogenic GHG emissions. This figure is in line ...

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Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions | US EPA


Aug 18, 2016 ... molecule of gas Overview of Greenhouse Gases » Learn about the most important GHGs and opportunities for reducing emissions.

EUROPA - Welcome to the homepage of EDGAR


EDGAR, home page of the Emission Database for Global Atmospheric Research.

Emission - definition of emission by The Free Dictionary


A substance discharged into the air, especially by an internal combustion engine. [Latin ēmissiō, ēmissiōn-, a sending out, from ēmissus, past participle of ...