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GHG

abbr.
greenhouse gas
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Moreover, aiming to set the Group's global warming mitigation measures as a part of its business strategy, the Group will introduce Internal Carbon Pricing mechanism and incorporate reduction of GHG emissions into the decision-making process for investment as a factor to be considered.
Paris Agreement includes to keep the global average temperature rise since pre-industrial revolution to below 2[degrees]C as a long-term common global goal for GHG reduction.
The standard also identifies specific organizational actions that can be taken to further improve GHG management, in addition to providing guidance on quality management, reporting, internal auditing and the responsibilities for verification of reporting.
The IMO's initial strategy on GHG emissions seeks to cut the shipping industry's total GHG emissions by at least 50 percent from 2008 levels by 2050, and to reduce carbon dioxide emissions "per transport work" by at least 40 percent by 2030.
By incentivising the use of GHG healthcare facilities, the contract generated significant synergies in 2018, increasing the claims retention rate within the Group.
The economists' equivalent of Obama's optimism is the "Carbon Kuznets Hypothesis", the idea that industrialization raises GHG emissions initially, but as the economy becomes technologically more sophisticated and energy efficient, and as people become richer and demand stricter environmental regulations, GHG emissions fall.
POWERING DOWN the power sector is the single largest source of gHg emissions in the uK.
Land use patterns generally, and the way the built environment affects the natural environment, can have very divergent impacts on GHG emissions.
Each has its own operations with associated GHG emissions.
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the agency would begin a notice and comment rulemaking to set more "appropriate GHG emissions standards and Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards," stating previous standards were set "too high," and didn't "comport with reality." Furthermore, Pruitt announced the start of a joint process with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to develop a notice and comment rulemaking to set more appropriate GHG emissions standards and CAFE standards.
A pre-screening tool for new heat pump installation in Canada is available from the Natural Resources Canada for quick estimates on GHG emissions, net present value and simple payback analysis (NRCan, 2015).