In 2009, the total amount of emissions in energy sector was increased 1.3% from the previous year standing at 516.0 million tons.
- Energy industry (electricity generation) accounted for the largest share of the total GHG emissions in energy sector with 44.3%, followed by 27.3% in manufacturing and construction, 16.0% in transportation, 11.2% in others and 1.2% in fugitive emission.
The amount of emissions in the energy industries increased 8.3% from the previous year.
The total amount of emissions in industrial process sector was decreased in 2.7% from the previous year to 56.7 million tons in 2009.
- Mineral production accounted for the largest share of the total GHG emissions in industrial process with 50.8%, followed by 47.6% in halocarbon and use of SF6, 1.4% in chemical industries and 0.3% in
The total amount of emissions in agriculture sector was 19.8 million tons in 2009, increased by 2.3% from the previous year.
- If we consider the emissions per each area, the highest importance is rice cropping with 31.1%, followed by agricultural land 30.0%, intestinal fermentation 19.4% and disposal of excreta 19.1%.
Land-Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry
The total amount of absorption in LULUCF sector in 2009 equals to 42.9 million tons, which is a 4.7% increase compared to the previous year.
The total amount of emissions in waste sector was 15.1 million tons in 2009, decreased by 0.1% from the previous year.
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