July 29, 2013
The research indicates that developing nations will outpace developed nations in carbon emissions but the increase and continued reliance on fossil fuels. The research produced by the Energy Information Administration has released another study one of energy demand followed by emission production. The research that indicates that “Developing countries to vastly outpace OECD in carbon emissions: EIA” is predicated that the U.S. research employs a cultural competence within the methods and tools for analyses of developing nations.
Reuters reports that “Under the policies currently in place worldwide, carbon emissions will grow 46 percent by 2040 from a 2010 baseline, the EIA projected in its biennial International Energy Outlook.”
Further, the research indicates that “Energy-related emissions will total around 45.5 billion tonnes in 2040, up from a reference level of 31.2 billion tonnes in 2010, said the agency, which is part of the U.S. Department of Energy.”
This research is based on the terminology of “developing” and “developed” nations and what stage of the horizon of development a nation is within. The ability to cast down terms of development is hyper dynamic in that infrastructural changes have produced innovations based upon the need to access information and energy. This need has provided permissions for nations to create networks that within ten years may promote developing nations to a new standard of development.
The research identified that “Developing countries’ carbon dioxide emissions will outpace emissions from the developed countries of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) over the next three decades due to their generally stronger rate of economic growth and continued use of fossil fuels.”
Yet, developing nations are seeking alternative solutions to fossil fuels. The need to derive energy combinations of fossil and renewable is an enterprising augmentation on the old standards. The opportunity to produce the research and deliver tools that promote new platforms of production and utility will reveal the vision for the next ten years.
- Developing countries to vastly outpace OECD in carbon emissions (reuters.com)
- World will use 56 percent more energy by 2040 (csmonitor.com)
- Developing Countries to Vastly Outpace OECD in Carbon Emissions (scientificamerican.com)
- Fossil Fuels to Dominate World Energy Use Through 2040 (climatecentral.org)
- EIA projects world energy consumption will increase 56% by 2040 (energypotentials.wordpress.com)
- Warmist Suicide Watch: Obama admin says coal use, CO2 emissions to increase by 46% from 2010-2040 (junkscience.com)
- Ford looks to reduce carbon footprint in supply chain (reviews.cnet.com)
- CSIRO trial captures power station carbon emissions (abc.net.au)