|Slovenia on track to reach Kyoto targets|
|Written by MH|
|Sunday, 15 May 2011 09:02|
On 15 April the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning/Environmental Agency of the Republic of Slovenia published data on greenhouse gas emissions for the year 2009.
Greenhouse gas emissions in 2009 compared to those registered in 2008 decreased by 9.3%, i.e. to 19.3 Million tonnes (Mt) of CO2 eqv. In 2009 the biggest emission reductions were registered in industry and transport, namely by 16.8% and 13.3%, and in industrial processes where the reduction was 29.9%.
Also in 2010, despite slightly higher emissions (+0.8%) from installations covered by the Emissions Trading Scheme, total emissions are expected to be at the level of emissions in 2009.
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