An In-Depth Look at Carbon Emissions

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K. J. Sreekanth, PhD (Editor) – Research Scientist, Energy and Building Research Center (EBRC), Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR), Kuwait

Series: Pollution Science, Technology and Abatement
BISAC: SCI026000; TEC010000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/UTRF8102

While sustainable growth confronts a progressively decisive role, and governments embrace measures to authorize reduced carbon emissions, understanding pioneering methods to provide supply chains in an environmental context epitomizes a significant purpose in diverse sectors. This book, An In-depth Look at Carbon Emissions, concentrates on carbon emissions in different sectors owing to energy use and associated features. It gives an overview of recently established systems, practices, methods, and strategies accompanied by exploiting sufficient source examination of carbon emissions that are released from fossil fuel/hydrocarbon reservoirs, automobiles, transportation, agricultural terrains, farms, buildings, and so forth. In recent years, global carbon emissions have reached an all-time high and are increasing. It is high time that we pay specific consideration to carbon emissions and comprehend potential solutions, especially to meet the Paris climate agreement objective. This book will offer established approaches to cut carbon, with studies on transportation, home energy use, energy consumption, as well as how best to inspire the workplace and community by behavior. This book aims at empowering readers to meet the possibility of low carbon living to challenge our society’s utmost threats. This book will surely provide state-of-the-art materials in abundance for implementing energy conservation measures and carbon emission reduction.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Carbon Emissions: Natural vs. Manmade Sources
(Rajesh V. R., Ph.D. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Government Polytechnic College Palakkad, Department of Technical Education, Kerala, India)

Chapter 2. Carbon Emission – Recent Trends and Shift in Policies in India
(Sooraj K. Prabha – Department of Mechanical Engineering, Vidya Academy of Science and Technology, Thrissur, Kerala, India)

Chapter 3. Carbon Emissions in Karnataka and Scope for Sequestration
(Bharath Setturu and T. V. Ramachandra – Energy and Wetlands Research Group, Centre for Ecological Sciences, et al.)

Chapter 4. Kuwait’s Technology Needs Assessment for Climate Change
(Yehya Al-Hadban and Fotouh Al-Ragom – Energy Efficiency Technologies Program, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait)

Chapter 5. Remedial Measures to Alleviate Carbon Emissions and Environmental Impacts of Desalination Systems in Saudi Arabia
(C. Ahamed Saleel, Saad Alshahrani and Asif Afzal – Department of Mechanical Engineering, College of Engineering, King Khalid University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, et al.)

Chapter 6. Investigating the Dynamics of Carbon Dioxide Emissions in OPEC Countries
(Nima Norouzi, Saeed Talebi, and Mohammad Sheikhi – Energy Engineering and Physics Department, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, et al.)

Chapter 7. Hydrogen: A Pathway to Carbon Neutral Economy
(Fotouh Al-Ragom – Energy Efficiency Technologies Program, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research, Kuwait)

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