A continuation of previous work, the study provides a comparative analysis of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles to conventional internal combustion and hybrid engines, examining both life-cycle energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. The analysis is based on projected improvements to the technologies through the year 2020. The study finds no significant projected difference in energy use or greenhouse emissions between fuel cell and hybrid technology during this time period.
A detailed guide on air pollution and its effects on human health. Valuable for diagnosing problems caused by indoor air pollution. Also contains an extensive bibliography of research papers on the subject.
A possible strategy to partially offset CO2 emissions is to use tree planting initiatives. This is a study of carbon sinks in the City of Kitchener with the goal of producing data for the carbon sequestration capability of trees in the City’s parks.
Third external review draft document, an updated revision of the Air Quality Criteria for Particulate Matter, published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2001, will serve as the basis for reevaluating the current National Ambie
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