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Mitigation Strategies to Greenhouse Gas Emission Control: A Database for Emission Factors

Journal: International Journal for Scientific Research and Development | IJSRD (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 908-917

Keywords : Greenhouse gas (GHG); carbon footprint; climate change; Carbon Capture and Sequestration; Poverty mitigation;

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With the advancement of Industrial Revolution, the anthropogenic activities have brought about increase in the quantities of greenhouse gases (GHGs) into the atmosphere leading to various climatic changes. The climate change is mainly caused by production of GHG emissions in the atmosphere. As the major population of the world seems to agree with the concept of �human development� including the �environment� factor, the various attempts for sustainability is not found to be interesting or beneficial. Therefore, the main motto of the world is to improve the standard of living by attaining suitable measures. However, most of the population on earth still do not get �bare minimum� for development; the humanity faces the challenge of the �Climate Change�. Various efforts need to address climate change through mitigation of GHG emissions and building of adaptive capacities to deal with the severe impacts of climate change.

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