Browsing: GHG Emission Sources

In Thailand, 2011, a study of Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization published Thailand generated net amount of greenhouse gas emission to the atmosphere about 227.73 MtCO2-eq, which calculates from overall amount of greenhouse gas emission about 350.68 MtCO2-eq minus by 122.95 MtCO2-eq, from carbon sink activities. In 2012, there are main four sectors of GHG emission sources that are: Energy Sector produced the largest GHG…

The final draft of the Climate Change and Public Health Strategic Plan 2015-2020 had key components of vision, missions, strategies, indicators, measures, responsible and supporting agencies, and enabling environment that needed to push the Strategic Plan forward. The key contents of the final draft of the Climate Change and Public Health Strategic Plan 2015-2020 are as followings: Vision: Thailand acquires immunity and its public health…

In Thailand, 2011, a study of Thailand Greenhouse Gas Management Organization published Thailand generated net amount of greenhouse gas emission to the atmosphere about 227.73  MtCO2-eq, which calculates from overall amount of greenhouse gas emission about 350.68 MtCO2-eq minus by 122.95 MtCO2-eq, from carbon sink activities. In 2012, there are main four sectors of GHG emission sources that are: Energy Sector produced the largest GHG emission…

Greenhouse Gas Emission Sources are divided to main sectors, which are categorizing of related processes, sources and sinks; that are energy, industrial processes and product use (IPPU), agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU) and waste. All main sectors can be seen in details below: Energy  Industrial Processes and Product Use (IPPU) Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use (AFOLU) Waste Source: 2006. Draft 2006…

Waste management processes is considerable to solid waste disposal, biological treatment of solid waste, incineration and open burning of waste, and wastewater treatment and discharge. All processes, generally, produce significant greenhouse gas emissions, that are carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) (Pipatti & Vieira, 2006). See the structure of waste sector below. แหล่งข้อมูล: Pipatti, R., & Vieira, S. M. (2006). Draft…

Picture Source: pexels.com IPCC (2006) defines the agriculture, forestry and other land use (AFOLU) sector that all managed land with relating to all direct human-induced effect on greenhouse gas emissions and removals. Land use and management impact diversity of ecosystem processes that influence greenhouse gas flows; for example, photosynthesis, respiration, decomposition, nitrification nitrification/denitrification, enteric fermentation, and combustion. All the biological (activity of microorganisms, plants, and…

Industrial Processes and Product Use (IPPU) defines as greenhouse gas emission source that comes from industrial processes, from the use of greenhouse gases in products, and from non-energy uses of fossil fuel carbon. Generally, Greenhouse gas emissions are contributed from a wide variety of industrial activities. Especially, industrial processes, that chemically and other physically transform materials, generate the main emission sources which include carbon dioxide…

Energy systems are the most influent sector in greenhouse gas emission inventories and normally generate over 90 percent of the CO2 emissions and 75 percent of the total greenhouse emissions in developed countries. Stationary combustion is typically for about 70 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from the energy sector. About 50 percent of these emissions are related to combustion in energy industries mostly power plant…
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