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Quantifying CO2 emissions from China’s cement industry ...

Oct 01, 2015  Cement is the most widely used material and contributes around 8% to the global anthropogenic CO 2 emissions. In 2011 China produced 2.085 Gt cement (60% of the cement production of the world) but the carbon emission from cement industry still not accurately assessed.The LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) method was employed to thoroughly estimate China’s cement industry CO 2 emissions

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Quantifying CO2 Emissions from China's Cement Industry ...

Jun 06, 2015  We found that, from 1990 to 2015, accompanied by a 10.3-fold increase in cement production, CO2, SO2, and NOx emissions from China's cement industry increased by 627 %, 56 %, and 659 %, whereas CO ...

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Quantifying CO2 emissions from China's cement industry ...

Request PDF Quantifying CO2 emissions from China's cement industry Cement is the most widely used material and contributes around 8% to the global anthropogenic CO2 emissions. In 2011 China ...

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Quantifying CO2 emissions from China’s cement industry

Downloadable (with restrictions)! Cement is the most widely used material and contributes around 8% to the global anthropogenic CO2 emissions. In 2011 China produced 2.085Gt cement (60% of the cement production of the world) but the carbon emission from cement industry still not accurately assessed. The LCA (Life Cycle Assessment) method was employed to thoroughly estimate China’s cement ...

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Estimation of CO2 Emissions from China’s Cement Production ...

In 2010, hina’s cement output was 1.9 gigatonnes, which accounted for 56% of world cement production. Total carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions from Chinese cement production could therefore exceed 1.2 gigatonnes. The magnitude of emissions from this single industrial sector in one country

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Quantifying the Co-benefits of Energy-Efficiency Programs ...

2010. The cement industry is one of the most energy-intensive and highest carbon dioxide (CO 2)-emitting industries and one of the key industrial contributors to air pollution in China. For example, it is the largest source of particulate matter (PM) emissions in China, accounting for 40 percent of

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[PDF] Estimation of CO2 emissions from China’s cement ...

In 2010, China’s cement output was 1.9Gt, which accounted for 56% of world cement production. Total carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from Chinese cement production could therefore exceed 1.2Gt. The magnitude of emissions from this single industrial sector in one country underscores the need to understand the uncertainty of current estimates of cement emissions in China.

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Quantifying the Co-benefits of Energy-Efficiency Programs ...

Nov 01, 2012  The cement industry is one of the most energy-intensive and highest carbon dioxide (CO2)-emitting industries and one of the key industrial contributors to air pollution in China. For example, it is the largest source of particulate matter (PM) emissions in China, accounting for 40 percent of industrial PM emissions and 27 percent of total ...

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Forecasting CO2 emissions of China's cement industry using ...

Abstract The cement industry is a significant contributor to anthropogenic CO2. For China, the cement industry is crucial for development, considering the surging urbanization. CO2 emissions from the industry are detrimental to the planet, its ecosystem, and inhabitants. Forecasting of the emissions is a critical step in the emissions' mitigation strategies, and to achieve sustainable development.

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China: CO2 Country Profile - Our World in Data

CO 2 emissions are dominated by the burning of fossil fuels for energy production, and industrial production of materials such as cement.. What is the contribution of each fuel source to the country’s CO 2 emissions?. This interactive chart shows the breakdown of annual CO 2 emissions by source: either coal, oil, gas, cement production or gas flaring. This breakdown is strongly influenced by ...

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Quantifying CO2 emissions from China's cement industry ...

Request PDF Quantifying CO2 emissions from China's cement industry Cement is the most widely used material and contributes around 8% to the global anthropogenic CO2 emissions. In 2011 China ...

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Estimation of CO2 Emissions from China’s Cement

In 2010, hina’s cement output was 1.9 gigatonnes, which accounted for 56% of world cement production. Total carbon dioxide (CO 2) emissions from Chinese cement production could therefore exceed 1.2 gigatonnes. The magnitude of emissions from this single industrial sector in one country

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Air Pollutant Emissions Projection for the Cement and ...

These two industries are two of the most energy-intensive and highest carbon dioxide (CO 2)-emitting industries and two of the key industrial contributors to air pollution in China. For example, cement industry is the largest source of particulate matter (PM) emissions in China, accounting for 40 percent of industrial PM emissions and 27 ...

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Quantifying the Co-benefits of Energy-Efficiency Programs ...

The cement industry is the largest source of PM emissions in China, accounting for 40 percent of PM emissions from all industrial sources and 27 percent of total national PM emissions (Lei et al. 2011). Chinese government policies often focus on reducing energy use, which, in turn, helps to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Key Industrial ...

1 Total 2002 industrial emissions (including emissions from purchased electricity) are 2,047 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent (MMTCO 2 E) as reported in the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks: 1990-2005 , Table 2-16.

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Cement – Analysis - IEA

Clinker is the main ingredient in cement, and the amount used is directly proportional to the CO 2 emissions generated in cement manufacturing, due to both the combustion of fuels and the decomposition of limestone in the clinker production process.. From 2014 to 2018, the clinker-to-cement ratio increased at an average of 1.6% per year, reaching an estimated 0.70 in 2018; this rise was the ...

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Cracks in cement industry’s CO2 response Financial Times

If the cement industry were a country, it would be the third-largest source of CO2 emissions, behind China and the US, accounting for about 8 per cent of the annual total. While the sector’s ...

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(PDF) Carbon footprint estimation of Chinese economic ...

To respond to the call of greenhouse gas emissions mitigation, an efficient carbon accounting framework should be proposed. ... Measuring Embodied Emission Flows for the Interdependent Economies within China. By klaus hubacek. Consumption-based CO2 accounting of China's megacities: The case of Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai and Chongqing.

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Emissions by sector - Our World in Data

To prevent severe climate change we need to rapidly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. The world emits around 50 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases each year [measured in carbon dioxide equivalents (CO 2 eq)]. 1 . To figure out how we can most effectively reduce emissions and what emissions can and can’t be eliminated with current technologies, we need to first understand where

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Analysis: China’s CO2 emissions surged 4% in second half ...

Mar 01, 2021  Annual growth of China’s CO2 emissions, 2015-2020, calculated from the Statistical Communiques on Economic and Social Development. The annual changes in 2020 are broken down to show the effect of the economic shock from Covid-19 in the first half of the year and from the heavy industry-led recovery in the second half.

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CO2 emissions from China’s lime industry — University of ...

China is now the world's leading energy consumer and CO 2 emitter; therefore, precise quantification of the CO 2 emissions that occur in China is of serious concern. Although most studies focus on CO 2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and cement production, the emissions from lime production is not well researched. Lime production is the second largest source of carbon emissions from ...

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Reduced carbon emission estimates from fossil fuel ...

Aug 19, 2015  Altogether, our revised estimate of China’s CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and cement production is 2.49 gigatonnes of carbon (2

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(PDF) Potential Reduction of Carbon Emissions by ...

Comparative assessment of CO2 capture technologies for carbon-intensive industrial processes By Andrea Ramirez Global strategies and potentials to curb CO2 emissions in cement industry

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Analysis: China’s carbon emissions grow at fastest rate ...

May 20, 2021  Annualised Chinese CO2 emissions from fossil fuels and cement, by source, since 2010, millions of tonnes per year. Emissions are estimated from National Bureau of Statistics data on production of different fuels and cement, China Customs data on imports and exports and WIND Information data on changes in inventories, applying IPCC default emissions factors and annual emissions

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CO2 emissions from China’s lime industry — University of ...

China is now the world's leading energy consumer and CO 2 emitter; therefore, precise quantification of the CO 2 emissions that occur in China is of serious concern. Although most studies focus on CO 2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion and cement production, the emissions from lime production is not well researched. Lime production is the second largest source of carbon emissions from ...

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Lei, Yu Harvard China Project

CO 2 emissions from the cement industry account for approximately one eighth of China’s national CO 2 emissions. Our analysis indicates that it is possible to reduce CO 2 emissions from this industry by approximately 12.8% if advanced energy-related technologies are implemented.

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Analysis: China’s carbon emissions grow at fastest rate ...

May 21, 2021  Steel industry emissions targets. While emissions from China’s steel sector have been increasing rapidly in recent years, ambitious emissions reduction targets are being put in place for the industry. These targets would involve the sector’s CO2 emissions peaking before 2025 and falling 30 per cent from the peak by 2030.

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CO2 Emissions Profile of the U.S. Cement Industry

Combustion-related emissions from the U.S. cement industry were estimated at approximately 36 TgCO2 accounting for approximately 3.7 percent of combustion-related emissions in the U.S. industrial sector. in 2001,5 This paper explores, on a more disaggregated level, the geographic location of CO2 emissions sources from the U.S. cement industry.

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雷宇 Yu Lei 哈佛大学中国能源经济环境项目

CO 2 emissions from the cement industry account for approximately one eighth of China’s national CO 2 emissions. Our analysis indicates that it is possible to reduce CO 2 emissions from this industry by approximately 12.8% if advanced energy-related technologies are implemented.

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Can the global cement industry cut its carbon emissions ...

Jul 15, 2019  If the cement industry were a country then it would be the largest carbon emitter after China and the US. To be in line with the Paris Agreement, the cement industry must reduce its annual carbon emissions by at least 16% by 2030, according to

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Cement, energy sectors responsible for CO2 emission: study ...

Aug 01, 2021  Business. Cement, energy sectors responsible for CO2 emission: study * Cement industry ‘single largest source’ of CO2 emissions * Industrial sector largest contributor of carbon emissions

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European Union CO2 emissions data from cement plants in ...

Apr 03, 2019  In summary, as most readers will already know, the cement industry is a significant minority CO 2 emitter in the EU. Countries with larger cement sectors emit more CO 2 as do larger plants. So far, so obvious. Emissions are down since 2008 but this mostly seems to have stalled since 2012, bar a blip in 2017.

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范英-北航经济管理学院 - buaa.cn

Energy consumption and CO2 emissions in China's cement industry: A perspective from LMDI decomposition analysis.Energy Policy, 50(11):821-832. 109.Junsong Jia,Ying Fan, Xiaodan Guo. 2012. The low carbon development (LCD) levels’ evaluation of the world’s 47 countries (areas) by combining the FAHP with the TOPSIS method.

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The Cement Industry, One of the World’s Largest CO2 ...

Dec 28, 2018  Cement is the second most-consumed resource in the world, with more than 4 billion tons of the material produced globally every year. As a result, the industry generates approximately 8 percent of global CO2 emissions, not far behind the agriculture industry, which accounts for 12 percent.Ranked with CO2 emissions from individual countries, the cement industry would be the third-highest ...

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Cement industry seen as biggest source of CO2 emissions ...

Jul 31, 2021  KARACHI: Cement industry is the single largest source of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in Pakistan, according to a research study released on Friday. Prepared by the Centre for Research on Energy ...

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cement industry (247) practical/ cement industry (126) cement (39) cements (building materials) (30) cement plants (24) cement plant (21) kilns (21) industrial plants (20) air pollution control (19) electric drives (16) 内容类型 期刊 (3385) 会议 (119) 专利 (21) 刊名 journal of cleaner production (58)

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Emissions by sector - Our World in Data

To prevent severe climate change we need to rapidly reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. The world emits around 50 billion tonnes of greenhouse gases each year [measured in carbon dioxide equivalents (CO 2 eq)]. 1 . To figure out how we can most effectively reduce emissions and what emissions can and can’t be eliminated with current technologies, we need to first understand where

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