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Current Emissions How Do We Get to Zero-Carbon Emissions?

energy industry production and transmission losses 4.2 gigatonnes of CO2e*

coalmining 1.4

mineral mining 3.2

industrial chemical production 2.2

ENERGY

residential buildings 5.8

oil and gas extraction, refining and processing 1.9

iron and steel production 2.5

commercial and public buildings 3.6

all other industries 5.4

other metals 0.7

BUILDINGS

deforestation 4.0

livestock and manure 3.4

food and tobacco 0.5 paper production and pulping

0.5

INDUSTRY

agricultural soils 2.7 sewage 0.9

aviation 0.8 rail 0.3 others 1.0

landfills 0.8

road traffic 5.5

LAND

agricultural energy use 0.4

*CO2e, or carbon dioxide equivalent, is a standard unit for measuring the impact of different greenhouse gases YEARLY EMISSIONS (gigatonnes of CO2e*)

Emissions attributed where they are used, not where they are produced

22

TRANSPORT

51.8

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