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Golubchikov, Oleg (2011)
Publisher: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: HT, JF, GE
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    • Figure 2. Estimates for GHG emissions in UNECE region compared to the world in 2005 ..............................................................................................................................
    • Figure 3. CO2 emissions per capita in 1990 and 2008 ........................................................
    • Figure 4. Percentage of population residing in urban areas: UN forecast for 2010 and 2050 .........................................................................................................................
    • Figure 5. Life-cycle assessment of emissions of diefrent electricity-generation technologies ..................................................................................................................
    • Figure 6. Carbon intensity of energy generation: CO2 emissions per TPES (total primary energy supply) in 1990/2008 and CO2 emissions from electricity and heat per energy generated in 2008 ...............................................................
    • Figure 7. Total final energy consumption by consuming sectors and energyrelated CO2 emissions with electricity and heat allocated to consuming sectors in UNECE member States in 2008 ............................................................
    • Figure 8. Energy used in the buildings sector (service and residential) as percentage of total final consumption, 2008 .....................................................
    • Figure 9. Household energy consumption by end-use in diefrent UNECE regions ..............................................................................................................................
    • Figure 10. Energy use in the transport sector by type of transport in UNECE in 2008 ..............................................................................................................................
    • t __________ (2010a). CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion, 2010 edition. Paris.
    • t __________ (2010b). Energy Balances of non-OECD Countries. Paris.
    • t __________ (2010c). Energy Balances of OECD Countries. Paris.
    • t Jaef, A. B. and R. N. Stavins (1994). The energy-eficiency gap: what does it mean? Energy Policy 22 (10): 804-810.
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