The Global Data of Sulfur Dioxide and How to Reduce Emissions #infographic

The Global Data of Sulfur Dioxide and How to Reduce Emissions #infographic

Many countries have made substantial progress in reducing SOX emissions; between 1990 and 2011, EEA-33 emissions of SOX decreased by 74 per cent. All countries within the EEA-33 community recorded lower emissions compared to 1990 in 2011, with the exception of Iceland (3.8 times higher) and Turkey (52% higher).

The significant increase in SOX emissions in Iceland, from 21 kt in 1990 to 81 kt in 2011, is mainly due to the reported emissions from the 'Energy Production and Distribution' sector, which have increased by 51 kt since 1990. This industry alone has already contributed 79 per cent of total emissions from Iceland in 2011. These emissions consist mostly of fugitive emissions from the 'other extraction of energy' sector.

The Global Data of Sulfur Dioxide and How to Reduce Emissions #infographic


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