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CO2ECarbon Dioxide Equivalent
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Within the energy industry, power plants and other energy suppliers produced seven per cent less carbon dioxide in 2018 than in 2017 - a fall from 106 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent to 98.3 million tonnes.
The report finds that current Paris pledges make 2030 emissions likely to reach 11 to 13.5 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (GT CO2e) above the level needed to stay on the least-cost path to meeting the 2 degrees Celsius target.
This could lead to reductions of more than 60 billion tons of carbon dioxide equivalent between now and 2050.
According to the INDC (Intended Nationally Determined Contribution) in 2015, both sectors account for around 334 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (mt Co2 equivalent) emissions.
The UK's greenhouse gas emissions reduced by 333m tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent between 1990 and 2016
Altogether, the projects will replenish an estimated 961 million liters per year and produce aggregate carbon sequestration of25,600 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent over 20 years.
Eliminating the use of hydrofluorocarbons will cut 80 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions by 2050, avoiding warming of up to 32.9 degrees F.
"The operation of this farm will avoid the production of over 350,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions a year and help to close the country's power shortfall," he said.
The operation of this farm will avoid the production of over 200,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions a year, making it a sustainable energy source for the country, Thieme said.
The group, which includes Wales, has pledged to save 7.9 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent (GtCO2e) by 2030 - more than the total carbon emissions of the US in 2012.
The country's emissions are projected to reach 850.6 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent by 2030 based on BAU levels, a joint statement from ministries such as environment, trade and energy, and finance said.
This results in a 28 percent reduction of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions compared to previous units.
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