Greenhouse gas emissions by sector in 1990 433

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Unformatted text preview: s Act of 2006 Establish 1990 baseline Commit to 2020 reductions to 1990 levels Tuesday, December 3, 2013 1990 California GHG emissions as baseline Table 2. Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector in 1990 (433 MMTCO2e Gross Emissions) Sector Table 2. Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector in 1990 (433 MMTCO2e Gross Emissions) Sector Agriculture Commercial Electricity Generation In-State Imports Forestry (excluding sinks) Industrial Cement Landfills Petroleum Refining Residential Transportation Forestry Sinks Tuesday, December 3, 2013 igure F Total Emissions (MMTCO2e) 23.4 14.4 110.6 49.0 61.6 0.2 103.0 8.1 6.3 32.8 29.7 150.7 Agriculture Commercial Electricity Generation In-State Imports Forestry (excluding sinks) Industrial Cement Landfills Petroleum Refining Residential Transportation 1 Total Emissions (MMTCO2e) 23.4 14.4 110.6 49.0 61.6 0.2 103.0 8.1 6.3 32.8 29.7 150.7 1 Percen Gross E 2 1 1 < 2 3 Forestry - 6.7 Percent of Total Sinks Gross Emissions Figure 2. 1990 Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector (427 MMTCO2e Net Emissions) 5% 3% 26% 11% 14% <1% 24% 2% 1% 8% 7% 35% 2 - 6.7 -2 2. 1990 Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Sector The majority of 1990 emissions are tied to fuel use activities, rangin transportation to electricity generation to heating buildings. In fact, e from fuel combustion comprise more than 80 percent of overall 199 1 The remaining 1.3 MMTCO2e are from unspecified fuel combustion and ODS s which could not be attributed to an individual sector. Percents may not total 100 2...
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