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HFC emissions data

By using atmospheric measurements, the authors of a recent study published in the PNAS have found that the total CO2-equivalent emissions of the five most common HFCs increased from 198 (175–221) Tg-CO2-eq·y–1 in 2007 to 275 (246–304) Tg-CO2-eq·y–1 in 2012 (+39%).
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__truncato_root__>By using atmospheric measurements, the authors of a recent study published in  the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) have found that the total CO2-equivalent emissions of the five most common HFCs from countries that are requ...

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