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Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions
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Beaudoin Marc-Andre CO2 Emissions

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  • 1. Carbon Dioxide Emissions<br />The World of <br />by Marc-André Beaudoin<br />
  • 2. Percentage of Global Total CO2 Emissions per Countries (in 2007)<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions<br />
  • 3. Annual CO2 Emissions for the Top 10 Leading Countries (in 2007)<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_carbon_dioxide_emissions<br />
  • 4. Annual Worldwide CO2 Emissions (from 1948 to 2003)<br />Source: http://earthtrends.wri.org/searchable_db/index.php?action=select_countries&theme=3&variable_ID=460<br />
  • 5. Annual CO2 Emissions for the Top 3 Polluting Countries (from 1950 to 2005)<br />Source: http://earthtrends.wri.org/searchable_db/index.php?action=select_countries&theme=3&variable_ID=460<br />
  • 6. CO2 Emitted During the Combustion of all the Types of Fossil Fuel<br />Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CO2_emissions#Relative_CO2_emission_from_various_fuels<br />
  • 7. Percentage of Electrical Energy Produced by Fossil Fuel Combustion (in 2008)<br />Source: http://www.whatsyourimpact.eu.org/co2-sources.php<br />
  • 8. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the first slide:<br />You can really see that the most industrialized and largest countries are predominant in the world’s total CO2 emissions. <br />You can also remark that Russia is one of the biggest polluter not because of its industrialization but because this country uses fossil fuel to produce energy.<br />
  • 9. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the second slide:<br />You can also see in this slide that the biggest and the most industrialized are the most polluting ones.<br />This slide is interesting because it shows with concrete numbers the huge quantity of CO2 that is produced by only few leading countries.<br />
  • 10. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the third slide:<br />This slide shows that the world’s total CO2 emissions are constantly rising due to the industrialization.<br />It is also interesting to see that the world’s total CO2 emissions have been multiplied by five since the last half-century. <br />
  • 11. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the fourth slide:<br />In this slide you can see that industrialization boom of China have provoked an impressive increase in CO2 emissions for this country.<br />You can also see that the European Union has began to reduce or to maintain their CO2 emissions since 1980. <br />
  • 12. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the fifth slide:<br />You can see that coal is definitely the most polluting substance used to produce energy and this is probably why developing countries like China produce so much CO2 emissions .<br />You can also see that natural gas is the “cleanest” fossil fuel to produce energy. <br />
  • 13. Major Points of each Slides<br />In the sixth and last slide:<br />You can see that in Canada the percentage of electricity produced by the combustion of fossil fuel is very low compared to the other G8 countries (i.e. hydroelectricity).<br />You can also see that France does not use much fossil fuel to produce electricity.<br />Finally, you can see that the six other G8 countries are very dependent on fossil fuel combustion in order to produce the electricity they need. <br />

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