U.S. Greenhouse Gas Inventory - 2009 U.S. Greenhouse Gas Invento EPA develops an annual report called the Inventory of U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Sinks (Inventory). This report tracks total annual U.S. emissions and removals by source, economic sector, and greenhouse gas going back to 1990. EPA uses national energy data, data on national agricultural activities, and other national statistics to provide a comprehensive accounting of total greenhouse gas emissions for all man-made sources in the United States.
Greenhouse Gas Inventory Data The UNFCCC secretariat released an update of the GHG Data Interface on 28 October 2013. This update provides access to the latest GHG data received by the secretariat up to 05 October 2013, which includes resubmissions of 2013 national GHG inventories by Annex I Parties, as well as information provided in recent submissions of national communications from non-Annex I Parties (El Salvador, Gambia, Lao PDR, Liberia, Paraguay, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Zimbabwe). In this regard the relevant GHG emissions profiles and the predefined queries under the 'Time-series - Annex I' and 'GHG profiles' sections have been updated. This release of the GHG Data Interface has also seen the inclusion, for the eight Annex B Parties that have elected to report it, of accounting data for activities under Articles 3.3 and 3.4 of the Kyoto Protocol.
US Gas Prices Source: fueleconomy.gov and manufacturer's data, Base Engine Comparison Across the board, European models get an average of 52 MPG versus 32 MPG for the US version of the same car. So the same car on European roads gets 60% better gas mileage than on American roads.
We launched Google PowerMeter as a free energy monitoring tool to raise awareness about the importance of giving people access to their energy information. PowerMeter included key features like visualizations of your energy usage, the ability share information with others, and personalized recommendations to save energy. We partnered with device manufacturers and utilities around the world. Many of our partners now have new options available for accessing energy information. We are pleased that PowerMeter helped demonstrate the importance of access to energy information, and created a model for others.