Carbon Credits - Balancing carbon and climate
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Which economic sector is the highest contributor to the global green house gas emissions?
Agriculture, Forestry and other land use
Electricity and heat production
Which of the following is said to cause global warming?
Emission of any kind of gas
Emission of oxygen
Emission of greenhouse gases
All of the above
Which greenhouse gas has the largest contribution to global warming?
Which of the following statements about the Kyoto Protocol are true?
The Kyoto Protocol defines limits to emission levels for different countries
The Kyoto Protocol encapsulates both national measures and market-based mechanisms.
Kyoto protocol was extended to 2020 in the Doha amendment
all the above
Under the Paris Agreement, countries are allowed to set their own emission reduction levels.
The mechanism under which a developed country can implement an emissions reduction project in another developed country is called..
Clean development mechanism
International emission trading
None of the above
Under Clean Development Mechanism, every unit of reduced emission after implementing the project is known as -
Emission Reduction Unit
Certified Emission reduction
The term that represents a tonne of CO2 or equivalent removed or reduced from the atmosphere is known as -
Which of the two sets a price for emission of GHG emissions but doesn’t fix total level of emissions permitted?
Select the statement that holds true for emissions credits and trading
Emissions trading takes place where abatement costs are the highest
Emissions trading has no appeal for the private sector
Carbon credits being auctioned to the highest bidder is in line with the vision and goals of Kyoto Protocol.
Emissions credits are almost always cheaper than converting to clean and green resources.
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