First introduced in the 1980s, carbon offsetting is a market-based means of balancing the carbon emitted by an entity through financial contributions to international projects that mitigate CO2e
3 million tonnes of CO2e
, slightly lower than the 3.
Primary CER volume is projected to be only 240 Mt CO2e
in 2010 with a value of E2.
000 toneladas por CO2e
en la Chicago Climate Exchange.
5 [pounds sterling] per tonne CO2e
and rising at two per cent a year.
The rule applies to all types of stationary combustion equipment (except for emergency generators and portable equipment) if the facility emits 25,000 metric tons or more of CO2e
per year from all stationary fuel combustion sources.
Biofuels that result directly or indirectly in land conversion can have a large release of CO2e
initially, because of deforestation and other impacts, but the impact from biofuels dwarfs that of most other fuels.
When used to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by replacing gasoline, the carbon cost effectiveness is $378/tonne CO2e
A pair of pants, it says, produces 18 kilos (39 pounds) of CO2E
, the standard measure of carbon footprint, while 20,000 litres (quarts) of water are used to produce every kilo (2.
You can drag-and-drop "foods" onto an imaginary skillet and the site estimates the CO2e
(carbon dioxide equivalents) emissions of your meal.
Analysis focused on options likely to yield greenhouse gas reductions at a cost of less than $50 per ton of CO2e
com, it has established an online system to calculate the carbon offset using the CO2e
rate of the specific jet involved, the USD5.