2021 ஆண்டில் 20 செல்வீக நாடுகளில் கரிவாயு வீச்சு மிகுதி


A coal-fired power plant in China’s Inner Mongolia. Carbon emissions are rebounding strongly and are rising across the world’s 20 richest nations, according to a new study.

சி. ஜெயபாரதன், B.E.(Hons). P.Eng. [Nuclear],Canada

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Environment Canada has just issued severe thunderstorm watches across parts of the province and Ontario’s weather is about to turn chaotic.

What’s abundantly clear is that the United States of America is the all-time biggest, baddest greenhouse gas emitter on the planet.

உலகிலே மிகப்பெரும் சூழ்வெளி விஷ வாயு வெளிவீச்சு வல்லமை நாடு

அமெரிக்கா, அமெரிக்கா, அமெரிக்கா அசுர வல்லமை நாடு. கியோடோ, கோபன்ஹேகன், பாரிஸ் போன்ற உலகச் சூழ்வெளி விஷ வாயுக்கள் குறைப்பு ஒப்பந்தங்களில் உடன்படாத ஒரு பெரும் வல்லரசு நாடு அமெரிக்காதான். 2021 ஆண்டு கரிவாயு வீச்சு அளவை ஒப்பிடும்போது உலகச் செல்வீக நாடுகளில் 20 இல் கரிவாயுக் கொள்ளளவு விரைவாக மிகுந்துள்ளது என்று “காலநிலைத் தெளிவு அறிக்கை” தயாரிப்பாளர் [Climate Transparency Report] கூறுகிறார். இன்னும் இரண்டு வாரத்தில் கிளாஸ்கோ, ஸ்காட்லாந்தில் COP26 காலநிலைக் கூட்டிணைப்பு உலகப் பேரவை கூடிப் பேசப் போகிறது. .

மேலும் தெளிவு அறிக்கை கூறுவது.

  1. G20 குழுமை நாடுகளால் இந்த 2021 ஆண்டில் கரிவாயு அளவு 4% ஏறுகிறது.;
  2. 2020 கொரோனா பேரிடரால் G20 குழுமை நாடுகளில் கரிவாயு சேர்க்கை 6% குறைந்தது.
  3. சைனா, இந்தியா, அர்ஜென்டைனா நாடுகளில் கரிவாயு வீச்சு 2019 ஆண்டை விட மிகையானது.
  4. இயற்கை வாயு, பெட்ரோலியம் எரிசக்தி தொடர்ப் பயன்பாடு சூழ்வெளி உஷ்ணக் கட்டுப்பாடை தடுத்தது.
  5. கடல்நீர் உஷ்ணம் தற்போது 1.1C ஆக உள்ளது. அது 1.5.C ஆக ஏறி விடாமல் தடுப்பு முறைகள் கையாள்வது.
  6. . G20 குழு நாடுகள்75% சுழ்வெளி விஷ வாயுக்கள் எழுச்சிக்குப் பங்கு ஏற்புக்கு துணை செய்கின்றன.
  7. G20 குழு நாடுகளில் நிலக்கரிப் பயன்பாடுகளால் கரிவாயு எழுச்சி இந்த ஆண்டு 5%
  8. சைனா நிலக்கரி எரிசக்தி பயன்படுத்தி கரிவாயு எழுச்சி 60% உலகில் இவ்வாண்டு மிகையாகி விட்டது.
  9. அமெரிக்கா, இந்தியாவில் இவ்வாண்டு நிலக்கரிப் பயன்பாடு அதிகரித்துள்ளது.
  10. இவ்வாண்டில் [2021] நிலக்கரி விலை 200% மிகையாகி மின்வெட்டு நிலை ஏற்பட்டுள்ளது.
  11. G20 குழு நாடுகளில் எரிவாயு பயன்பாடு 12% [2015-2020] ஆண்டுகளில்.


That’s true, despite recent gains in energy efficiency and cuts in emissions. These relatively small steps now cannot offset more than a century of reckless emissions that have built up in the atmosphere. Much more drastic steps are now needed to slow climate change. And as the top cumulative emitter, the US bears a greater imperative for curbing its carbon dioxide output and a greater moral responsibility for the impacts of global warming.

Yet the US is now the only country aiming to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement. China now emits more than the US, and India’s emissions are rapidly rising. But these countries have a much smaller share of cumulative global emissions. Their populations are also much bigger than the US and other wealthier countries, so the amount that India and China emit per person is vastly smaller than the United States or the United Kingdom.

Climate change: animation shows US leading the world in carbon emissions -  VoxGlobal CO2 Emissions by Country 2008 The global emissions of CO2 for... |  Download Scientific Diagram

Global CO2 Emissions by Country 2008 The global emissions of CO2 for time 1900-2008 from fossil fuels and industrial processes are shown in Figure 2.

Global Greenhouse Gas Emissions Data | US EPAGlobal GHG emissions by gas: 65% is from carbon dioxide fossil fuel use and industrial processes. 11% is from carbon dioxide deforestation, decay of biomass, etc. 16% is from methane. 6% is from nitrous oxide and 2% is from fluorinated gases.

  • Carbon dioxide (CO2): Fossil fuel use is the primary source of CO2. CO2 can also be emitted from direct human-induced impacts on forestry and other land use, such as through deforestation, land clearing for agriculture, and degradation of soils. Likewise, land can also remove CO2 from the atmosphere through reforestation, improvement of soils, and other activities.
  • Methane (CH4): Agricultural activities, waste management, energy use, and biomass burning all contribute to CH4 emissions.
  • Nitrous oxide (N2O): Agricultural activities, such as fertilizer use, are the primary source of N2O emissions. Fossil fuel combustion also generates N2O.
  • Fluorinated gases (F-gases): Industrial processes, refrigeration, and the use of a variety of consumer products contribute to emissions of F-gases, which include hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), perfluorocarbons (PFCs), and sulfur hexafluoride (SF6).

Black carbon is a solid particle or aerosol, not a gas, but it also contributes to warming of the atmosphere. Learn more about black carbon and climate change on our Causes of Climate Change page.

floodsFlooding has taken place in many parts of USA, UK, Germany & China across 2021

Report highlights

  • Coal consumption is projected to rise by almost 5% in 2021, with this growth driven by China (accounting for 61% of the growth), the USA (18%) and India (17%)
  • The US (4.9 tCO2/capita) and Australia (4.1 tCO2/capita) have the highest building emissions per capita in the G20 (average is 1.4 tCO2/capita), reflecting the high share of fossil fuels, especially natural gas and oil, used for heat generation
  • Between 1999 and 2018 there have been nearly 500,000 fatalities and close to $3.5 trillion of economic costs due to climate impacts worldwide, with China, India, Japan, Germany, and the US being hit particularly hard in 2018
  • Across the G20, the current average market share of electric vehicles (EVs) in new car sales remains low at 3.2% (excluding the EU), with Germany, France, and the UK having the highest shares of EVs

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There are expectations that both India and China will submit new national plans before the meeting in Glasgow, which could give a significant boost to attempts to keep the 1.5C target in view.

The G20 group will meet in Rome in the days leading up to COP26 and the UK minister who will lead the talks has in recent days urged the leaders of these countries to now step up.

“It is leaders who made a promise to the world in Paris six years ago, and it is leaders that must honour it,” said Alok Sharma.

“Responsibility rests with each and every country, and we must all play our part. Because on climate, the world will succeed, or fail, as one.”

October 16th, 2021 [நீரகவாயு பயன்பாடு]

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1. https://thelogicalindian.com/environment/carbon-emissions-by-rich-country-31224


3. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/13/opinion/climate-change-imf-carbon.html?auth=login-google1tap&login=google1ta

4. https://ca.movies.yahoo.com/climate-change-carbon-emissions-rich-040016912.html

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