GHG


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GHG

abbr.
greenhouse gas
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In addition, most survey respondents acknowledged that the lack of specific accounting and tax guidance has affected their ability to evaluate GHG management plans.
GHG used the loan proceeds to defease the existing securitized mortgage on 21 Penn Plaza, a 17-story, 352,500 s/f office building in Manhattan's Midtown South area.
NZNO organiser Jane Kostanich said when negotiations resumed after the strike, all GHG offered was a one percent pay increase and $10 an hour as the starting rate for caregivers.
Underscoring cost concerns is the issue of whether the Kyoto Protocol will be effective at reducing GHG emissions in the 2008-2012 timeframe, the so-called first commitment period.
Additionally, ONS reported that GHG emissions from the road freight industry rose from 15.
Some scientists and policy makers oppose initiatives and regulations to reduce GHG emissions because they dispute how much of the global warming trend can be attributed to human activity, arguing that natural forces are also at work.
Over the coming years we will collectively strengthen our actions and investments to contribute to reducing the GHG intensity of the global energy mix.
If completed successfully, the proposed acquisition is expected to result in synergies and efficiencies that would benefit the shareholders of GHG and BFLC, the notification said.
Currently, 75 percent of New York City's GHG emissions come from buildings.
DNV GL, through its relationship with Campaign stakeholder Bonneville Environmental Foundation, provides emissions validation of the campus-based projects using the Voluntary Carbon Standard, the world's most widely used voluntary GHG reduction program.
In partnership with USDA and the Obama Administration, state and regional GHG offset programs and voluntary GHG markets can help make these practices less costly to implement and increase the producer's bottom line.
On a global level, the database shows that the largest source of GHG emissions within agriculture is enteric fermentation--when methane is produced by livestock during digestion.