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FCCC/SBI/2013/19

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National greenhouse gas inventory data for the period1990-2011. Note by the secretariat.

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All 43 Parties included in Annex I to the Convention (Annex I Parties) submitted their greenhouse gas (GHG) inventory common reporting format (CRF) tables and national inventory reports (NIRs) in 2013. By the deadline of 15 April, 41 sets of CRF tables and 40 NIRs had been received. Over the period 1990–2011, total aggregate GHG emissions excluding emissions and removals from land use, land-use change and forestry (LULUCF) for all Annex I Parties decreased by 9.3 per cent, while total GHG emissions and removals including LULUCF decreased by 14.5 per cent. For Annex I Parties with economies in transition (Annex I EIT Parties), GHG emissions excluding and including LULUCF decreased by 36.8 per cent and 49.1 per cent, respectively. For Annex I non-EIT Parties, GHG emissions excluding and including LULUCF increased by 3.2 per cent and 2.1 per cent, respectively. The information in this document is based on information in the national GHG inventory submissions of Annex I Parties received as at 5 October 2013. At the time of the publication of this document, the annual review process for GHG inventories from Annex I Parties was still ongoing therefore the data included in this document may not reflect the latest information provided by Parties. The latest inventory data are available on the UNFCCC website.

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Item 3(b) of the provisional agenda
National communications and greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention
Report on national greenhouse gas inventory data from Parties included in Annex I to the Convention for the period 1990-2011

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United Nations Office at Geneva | Geneva (Switzerland) | 24/10/2013


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