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Mexico

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Sectors related to Mexico

Sources related to Mexico

  • Go to UK Government (BEIS, DEFRA, DESNZ)

    UK Government (BEIS, DEFRA, DESNZ)

    The UK Government issues emission conversion factors for use by UK and international organisations to report on greenhouse gas emissions. The key responsible departments / agencies are / were: BEIS , DEFRA, DESNZ and NAEI.

  • Go to Climate TRACE

    Climate TRACE

    Climate TRACE (Tracking Real-Time Atmospheric Carbon Emissions) is a collaborative initiative aimed at providing precise, real-time tracking of global greenhouse gas emissions using artificial intelligence, satellite image processing and other remote sensing technologies along with academic research and publicly available data.

  • Go to CT

    CT

    Climate Transparency is a global partnership organisation funded by the German Government, World Bank, and several other bodies. It seeks to stimulate climate action in G20 countries through enhanced transparency. The Climate Transparency Report annually provides the emission intensity of electricity generation for various countries, based on the emissions from the respective grid mix.

  • Go to ecoinvent

    ecoinvent

    ecoinvent is a Swiss not-for-profit association that provides a Life Cycle Inventory (LCI) database that supports various types of sustainability assessments. This data enables users to gain a deeper understanding of the environmental impacts of their products and services.

  • Go to EXIOBASE

    EXIOBASE

    EXIOBASE is a global, detailed Multi-Regional Environmentally Extended Supply-Use Table (MR-SUT) and Input-Output Table (MR-IOT). It was developed by harmonising and detailing supply-use tables for a large number of countries, estimating emissions and resource extractions by industry. Subsequently, the country supply-use tables were linked via trade creating an MR-SUT and producing MR-IOTs from this. The MR-IOT can be used for the analysis of the environmental impacts associated with the final consumption of product groups.

  • Go to IEA

    IEA

    The International Energy Agency (IEA) provides comprehensive electricity emission factors, which are essential for understanding the carbon footprint of electricity generation across different regions and energy sources. These factors assist governments, businesses, and researchers in measuring the environmental impact of electricity consumption and in developing strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector.

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