Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal. RELEVANCE OF CLEAN ENERGIES IN CLIMATE CHANGE. Presented By: CHANDRASHEKAR J. K. Advisor, DST- Project, RGTU. Workshop cum Round Table on “India’s Response to CDM Compliance”. PER CAPITA EMISSIONS OF CARBON-DI-OXIDE- 1999. Sources:
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RELEVANCE OF CLEAN ENERGIES IN CLIMATE CHANGE
CHANDRASHEKAR J. K.
Advisor, DST- Project, RGTU
Workshop cum Round Table on“India’s Response to CDM Compliance”
USE CHANGE- 1950-2000
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TOTAL CARBON-DI-OXIDEEMISSIONS - 2003
World Resources Institute. 2003, Climate Analysis Indicator Tool: Indicator Framework Paper. Washington, DC: WRI.
The global concern for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions leading to the Kyoto Protocol, has become effective from 16.2.2005, has made it mandatory for all the signatories to shift 5.2% of their fuel requirements to alternative fuels by the year 2008. And further proposed to shift to alternate fuels upto 35% by 2030 and 50% by 2050.
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Terrestrial ecosystems (forests, soils)
It is imperative that we abate Green House Gases, sequester CO2 and still produce Clean Energy as Energy is fundamentally to the quality of our lives. Hence an abundant and uninterrupted supply of Clean Energy is key ingredient to success of modern economies in future.