Progress and Suggestion on Compiling GHG Inventories in Cities and Counties Level of China
International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis
Volume 5, Issue 5, October 2017, Pages: 134-136
Received: Oct. 23, 2017;
Published: Oct. 27, 2017
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Du Wang Bing, Gansu Science and Technology Development Promotion Center, Lan Zhou, China; Lanzhou Jinshi Resource Environment Technology Limited Company, Lan Zhou, China
Ma Ning, Gansu Science and Technology Development Promotion Center, Lan Zhou, China; Lanzhou Jinshi Resource Environment Technology Limited Company, Lan Zhou, China
Wang Xiu Yun, Wushan County Dai Jia Gou Primary School, Tian Shui, China
On December 12, 2015, the Paris agreement, known as "a historic step for human response to climate change" was adopted, and more and more governments and the public were paying attention to climate change. GHG (greenhouse gas) inventory is one of the most basic tasks in tackling climate change. GHG inventory refers to the government as a unit to calculate its greenhouse gas emissions directly or indirectly in the social and production activities. According to the compilation of inventory, the region is divided into national greenhouse gas inventory, provincial greenhouse gas inventory, city and county level greenhouse gas inventory. In this paper, through theoretical analysis about the preparation of GHG compilation of inventory of the national, provincial, city and county level, and combining the existing problems and solutions in the process of GHG compilation of inventory in Jinchang, the author puts forward some suggestions and opinions on GHG emissions inventory of city and county level.
Du Wang Bing,
Wang Xiu Yun,
Progress and Suggestion on Compiling GHG Inventories in Cities and Counties Level of China, International Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Analysis.
Vol. 5, No. 5,
2017, pp. 134-136.
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