According to the results of the greenhouse gas inventory, the total emission of greenhouse gases in 2019 decreased by 3.1% compared to the previous year and reached 506.1 million tons (Mt) of CO2.2nd was calculated as the equivalent (eq.). Total greenhouse gas emissions per capita 4 tons of CO in 19902nd eq., 6.4 tons of CO in 20182nd eq. and 6.1 tons of CO in 20192nd eq. calculated as.
The energy sector ranks first in terms of emissions by sector
CO in total greenhouse gas emissions in 20192nd eq. The largest share was energy-related emissions with 72%, followed by agriculture with 13.4%, industrial processes and product use with 11.2% and the waste sector with 3.4%. %.
Emissions from the energy sector increased 161% in 2019 compared to 1990 and decreased 2.3% compared to the previous year to 364.4 Mt CO.2nd eq. calculated as. Although emissions from industrial processes and product use increased by 147.1% compared to 1990, they decreased by 14.3% compared to the previous year and reached 56.4 Mt CO.2nd eq. calculated as.
Emissions from the agricultural sector increased by 47.7% compared to 1990 and 4.1% compared to the previous year and reached 68 Mt CO in 2019.2nd eq. calculated as. On the other hand, waste emissions increased by 55.7% compared to 1990 and decreased by 5% compared to the previous year and reached 17.2 Mt CO.2nd eq. calculated as.
CO2nd energy emissions accounted for the majority of
Total CO2nd In 2019, 87.4% of emissions originated in the energy sector, with 34.6% from electricity and heat generation, 12.3% from the industrial processes and product use sector and 0, 3% of the agriculture and waste sectors.
CH4 62.4% of its emissions are from agriculture, 19.5% from energy, 18.1% from waste and 0.03% from industrial processes and the use of products; North2ndOn the other hand, 72.5% of these emissions originated in agriculture, 15.7% in waste, 8.8% in energy and 3% in industrial processes and use of products.