What percentage of the global greenhouse gas emissions does the transportation sector emit?
- Anonymous6 months agoFavorite Answer
Globally 15%, in the US it is 29%
Globally, the primary sources of greenhouse gas emissions are electricity and heat 31%, agriculture 11%, transportation 15%, forestry 6% and manufacturing 12%. Energy production of all types accounts for 72 percent of all emissions.
- antarcticiceLv 76 months ago
Transportation is a fairly wide ranging thing, including billions of cars as well as trucks, buses, trains, aircraft, ships all burn various forms of hydro carbons. Scientific estimates put transportation at about 1/3 of current human emissions. But solid efforts are being made to reduce this, major car makers are moving to electric VW plan to do this in the next few years a number of others are not far behind them. An all electric plane has already flown the English Channel. A global shift to electric cars could have a very solid effect on our global Co2 emmissions, as well as being cheaper to run and needing far less maintainence than a petrol powered car.
- Anonymous6 months ago
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- $@!ar W!ndLv 66 months ago
It is so small amount it cannot be registered.
Greenhouse gas emissions have a cooling effect on the atmosphere.