back emission

back emission

n
(Electronics) electronics the secondary emission of electrons from an anode
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Assembly Bill 32 by Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez and Assemblywoman Fran Pavley, D-Agoura Hills, would set up a monitoring program for greenhouse gas emissions and seek to roll back emission levels by up to 25 percent by 2020.
s Boise Idaho Campus saves 82,900 cubic meters of water annually, has cut back emissions by 90% and reduced landscaping costs by 50%.
Trump has stressed his plans to pull out of the Paris agreement and roll back emissions reduction targets.
OAQDA is pleased to support this project to assist Hocking Valley Community Hospital in reducing utility costs, conserving energy and cutting back emissions into the environment.
European tests have found several carmakers using a legal loophole allowing them to throttle back emissions treatments under certain circumstances, ostensibly to protect engines.
The cap-and-trade proposal, which rewards large emissions reductions at the expense of those who fail to scale back emissions, will be reintroduced in the session that opens Monday, but whether lawmakers will find time to consider it is an open question.
While the car was identical in looks and interior trim to its petrol-powered FR sibling, the powerful 140bhp two-litre common-rail TDI was then the most powerful diesel car in its segment, while having the added bonus of cutting back emissions to just 119g/km.
The gases are used in air conditioners and refrigerators and China - by far the largest producer of HFCs - had until recently resisted efforts by the United States and other nations to scale back emissions of the gases.
The 27-nation EU has unilaterally promised to scale back emissions by 20 percent by 2020 compared with 1990 levels, and extend this to 30 percent if other major polluters follow suit.
Electric vehicles will help cut back emissions from gas-powered vehicles, reduce dependence on fossil fuels, and spur sustainable economic development.
The rich countries blamed China (the world's worst offender) and other emerging economies for refusing to cut their emission levels while the emerging economies argued back that it was all very well for the advanced nations to ask each other to cut back emissions when they had been polluting the atmosphere for centuries as they build up their industries.