Railway Handbook 2012 - Energy consumption and CO2 emissions

Railway Handbook 2012 - Energy consumption and CO2 emissions
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December 2013
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    The transport sector is responsible for nearly 23% of energy-based CO2 emissions worldwide, mainly due to road traffic. Transport CO2 total emissions have constantly increased since 1990 and all transport modes – except railways – have increased their GHG emissions from fuel combustion (IEA, 2011a). The International Energy Agency (IEA), established in November 1974, has over the years gained recognition as one of the world’s most authoritative sources for energy statistics. Every year the Agency publishes global energy statistics and CO2 emissions from fuel combustion, which include transport-related data. […]

    AuthorUIC - Sustainable Development Department

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