DEC publishes new Alaska GHG inventory
Report says that most carbon dioxide emissions come from industrial sector, including oil and gas, followed by transportation
The Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation has published an updated version of its inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in Alaska. The emissions data cover the years 1990 to 2015. The primary gas considered is carbon dioxide, emitted from the burning of fossil fuels. However, other gases i....
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