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Climate change and green growth

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Frame of Image henius: verified the greenhouse effect (1896) • Callendar: discovered fossil fuel consumption could increase the mean surface temperature through the increase in atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide (1938)
Greenhouse Gases (GHG)
Gases causing greenhouse effect in the earth atmosphere Six GHGs are controlled by the Kyoto Protocol. CO2 CH4
• Accounts for 80% of GHGs • Caused by the combustion of fossil fuel • livestock enteric fermentation, mining, and manual management • Decomposition of organic wastes • Coal mining and burning fuels in high temperature • Production and consumption of fertilizers • Man-made, chemical elements • Small amount, but big effect on Green House Effect • Caused by Refrigeration system, fire suppression system
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HFCs/ PFCs/ SF6
Climate Change - Schematic Framework -
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Source: ADB, Adapted from IPCC
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Multiple Independent Indicators for Climate Change
Source: IPCC, Fifth Assessment Report, 2013
CO2 Concentration Trend
Source: IPCC, Third Assessment Report (TAR), 2001
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CO2 Concentration Trend
398.58ppm
(June 2013, Manua Loa Obs.)
Source: US, NOAA, 2013
CO2 Concentration Trend
Source: IPCC, Fifth Assessment Report, 2013
Other GHG Concentration Trend
Source: IPCC, Fifth Assessment Report, 2013
Surface Temperature Trend
Source: IPCC, TAR, 2001
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Global Mean Temperature
Source: IPCC, Fifth Assessment Report, 2013
Global Surface Mean Temp


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Title Climate change and green growth
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Jung, Tae Yong

Publisher

Yonsei University

Date 2015-12
Pages 58
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pptx
Subject Industry and Technology < Energy
Territorial Development < Environment