Graph 1 & 2
emissions from industrialized countries excluding economies in transition (non-EIT) have increased by 14.5 per cent since 1990. These countries can only meet the Kyoto targets by hiding behind the massive emissions reduction in the former Soviet bloc.
Non-EIT countries have increased their annual CO2
emissions by almost 1.5 billion tonnes between 1990-2006.
The total GHG emissions from non-EIT countries have increased by almost 14 per cent in the energy sector, though the emissions from other sectors have reduced.
Under the energy sector, the emissions have increased massively in energy industries and the transport sectors.
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