Emission в новостях
|emission lines||Эмиссионные линии|
|emission standards||Нормы выбросов|
|emission tomography||Эмиссионная томография|
|positron emission||Позитронная эмиссия|
|positron emission tomography||Позитронно-эмиссионная томография|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Dutch claim group welcomes German ruling in Volkswagen emissions scandal →
The Dutch foundation taking car maker Volkswagen to court on behalf of 8.5 million car owners to demand compensation for manipulating emissions tests has welcomed a German court ruling in favour of one car owner and is pressing ahead with legal action of its own.
· Car tyres polluting huge swathes of seas and rivers, contaminating more than previously thought, say scientists →
So it is important to continue to take steps to reduce emissions of better understood sources like fibres from textiles and the fragmentation of larger items.”
· Hadley climate centre turns 30: 'The human fingerprint is everywhere' →
In the Hadley Centre’s early projections, he said, scientists forecast 0.5C of warming in the UK between 1990 and 2020 as a result of emissions from oil, gas and coal: “We got it spot on.”
· Enagas: COVID-Resistant Regulated Utility But Spanish Exposure Is Sub-Optimal →
Enagás is positioned as one of the world's most advanced companies in sustainability and environmental management in its sector for its performance and transparency in terms of emission reduction, risk management and opportunities arising from climate change, and promotion of a low carbon economy.
· Investment in global energy to drop by $400bn →
“The crisis has brought lower emissions but for all the wrong reasons,” said Fatih Birol, the IEA’s executive director.
The Japan Times
· Group of 20 finance projects give $77 billion a year to fossil fuels: watchdog →
Paris – Rich nations have used banks and development programs to funnel at least $77 billion (¥8.27 trillion) in each of the last three years to oil and gas projects despite their commitment under the 2015 Paris accord to slash greenhouse gas emissions, new analysis showed Wednesday.
· UN Cop26 climate summit expected to be postponed again →
The Paris agreement sets out a framework to slash global greenhouse gas emissions in order to meet the ambitious goal of limiting global warming to 1.5C above preindustrial levels, and at most limit global temperature increase to 2C this century, beyond which the scientific community warns that the consequences of climate change will be catastrophic.
· EU to unveil massive stimulus plan for post-coronavirus recovery →
The Commission is to propose such new taxes, following up on its proposal from 2018 when it asked EU governments to give it EU revenues from a tax on plastics and some money from the CO2 emissions trading scheme and national corporate taxes.
The New York Times
· Britain, Host of U.N. Climate Talks, Proposes Full-Year Pandemic Delay →
Virus-induced lockdowns around the world have resulted in a sharp drop in greenhouse gas emissions in recent months, but the decline has been nowhere near enough to shake loose the thick blanket of gases that already wraps the planet.
· Deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if global emissions decline →
The deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if dramatic reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions were to happen today.