Emissions result from a variety of activities, like heating and cooling buildings, traveling to meetings, or shipping products to consumers.
**This chart is a comprehensive view of global, anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
The Southeast region's share of GHG emissions is rapidly increasing as GHG emissions growth outpaces the national average.
Notes: Totals do not include emissions from land-use change and forestry o
Energy use is the largest driver of GHG emissions, primarily the burning of fossil fuels in the electricity generation, transportation, and industrial sectors.
Notes: Industrial, residential, and c
The availability of relevant, accurate and objective data is essential for sound and transparent decision making and policy development.
Potential “leveling” mechanisms to promote international harmonization of compliance costs.
Global Technology Deployment to Stabilize Emissions
An analysis of ways to promote the policy and market structures for deploying low-carbon technologies to mitigate climate change. This report is a collaboration between WRI and the Goldman Sachs Center for Environmental Markets.
Making the Vision a Reality
Identifies indicators of sustainable transport to help decision makers in Asian cities better understand the current sustainability, or lack of it, of their urban transport systems and to develop more structured and quantified approaches to policy making.
This is a joint publication...