Review and estimation of global halocarbon emissions in the buildings sector
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Estimates of the non-CO2 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions contributed by the buildings sector are necessary to evaluate this sector's potential for climate change mitigation. As data is lacking on fluorinated gases (F-gases) and hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emissions from the buildings sector, this study aimed to estimate these emissions. First, the share of total global GHG emissions represented by buildings sector emissions was estimated. Then, the HFC emissions of the buildings sectors in several countries (USA, EU, Japan, and China) are compiled. Next, based on necessary assumptions, global buildings sector HFC emissions were estimated. Finally, this paper discusses implications for policy-makers.
És part deEnergy and Buildings, 2020, vol. 225, p. 110311-1-110311-11
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