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1 Comparing CO2-Emsissions of European Countries

2 General -Impact on Environment -Global CO2-Emissions -Kyoto-Protocol -Climate Index Sweden Germany Switzerland France Structure

3 Impact on Environment

4 Global CO2-Emission Origin and Reason

5 CO2-Emission and Variation of the Kyoto Protocol

6 Climate Index - shows effort to reduce emissions place isnt placed-> no country is active enough - within the ranking of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and the ranking of the EU the places are the same

7 Rang Land Punktzahl 4 Brasil 70,5 5 Sweden 69,9 6 Norway 67,0 7 Germany 67,0 8 Great Britain 65,9 9 France 64,6 10 India 64,1 11 Mexico 64,0 12 Malta 63,8 13 Switzerland 63,6 14 Portugal 63,4 … 16 Hungary 61,8 Climate Index 2011 Ranking

8 Sweden

9 Emissions of Sweden

10 CO2-Emissions in Sweden CO2-emissions of Sweden currently: 69,6 mio. tons (in comparison: CO2-emissions of the UK: 634,8 mio. tons) CO2-emissions of Sweden currently: 69,6 mio. tons (in comparison: CO2-emissions of the UK: 634,8 mio. tons) Sweden is the country with the lowest CO2- emission of the EU Sweden is the country with the lowest CO2- emission of the EU

11 Reasons CO2 tax in 1991 Initial payment: 27 /CO2 ton. Todays payment: 108 /CO2 ton Reduction of CO2-emissions by 9%

12 Pros and Cons of the CO2 Tax

13 Does a CO2 Tax Make Sense for Entire Europe? CO2 tax does not affect economic growthCO2 tax does not affect economic growth Swedish example as a model for entire Europe if alternative energy is also implemented in a general strategySwedish example as a model for entire Europe if alternative energy is also implemented in a general strategy

14 Germany

15 = 45.8 % = 20.8% =18.1% = 5.1% = 10.2% total CO2-Emissions of Germany in million tons (2007) Energy Business Industry Traffic Trade and Service Household

16 Recent Situation CO2-Emission of 2009 about 27% beneath levels of 1990 CO2-Emission of 2009 about 27% beneath levels of 1990 reached aim of 2005 reached aim of 2005 fulfilled Kyoto Protocol fulfilled Kyoto Protocol 216 mio tons of CO2 direct emissions 216 mio tons of CO2 direct emissions 406 mio tons of CO2 indirect emissions 406 mio tons of CO2 indirect emissions

17 Aim & Measures Aim: getting levels of CO2-Emissions 40% by 2020 beneath those of 1990 Aim: getting levels of CO2-Emissions 40% by 2020 beneath those of 1990 Measures: Measures: Government aid for users of renewable energy Government aid for users of renewable energy Consultation of companies Consultation of companies Cleaner cars Cleaner cars Storage of CO2 Storage of CO2 Emission badge Emission badge

18 Switzerland The country with the enviroment friendly energy production

19 42.8 mio t CO mio t CO – % of CO2-emissions 1990 – % of CO2-emissions -7.6 % in % in mio. t CO mio. t CO2 Cut down +2% Cut down +2% Aims/ Kyoto Protocol

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21 Reasons: CO2 free energy production CO2 free energy production CO2 Politics CO2 Politics Voluntary matters of privat and economy sector Voluntary matters of privat and economy sector CO2-charge, if culinary matters are no effective enough CO2-charge, if culinary matters are no effective enough Climate methods :EnergieSchweiz Leistungsabhängige Schwerverkehrsabgabe (LSVA) Climate methods :EnergieSchweiz Leistungsabhängige Schwerverkehrsabgabe (LSVA)

22 France Situation, Ranking and Goals

23 Country-Ranking Concerning Emissions per country per person in Mt in t 1.China6028 4,6 2.USA ,1 3.Russia ,2 4.India1324 1,2 5.Japan1236 9,7 6.GER 798 9,7 7.Canada ,4 8.GB 523 8,6 per country per person per country per person in Mt in t in Mt in t 9.South Korea ,1 9.South Korea ,1 10.Iran 466 6,6 11.Mexico 438 4,1 12.Italy 438 7,4 13.Australia ,8 14.Indonesia 377 1,7 15.France 369 5,8

24 Measures Taken by France -Aim: France and Brasil want to reduce their emissions by 50% until Measures: -use of atomic power (has no Co2-emissions) -environmental tax (Bonus-Malus-System) -CO2-tax (17 per one t of CO2) -use of more solar energy, wind energy,… -interset-free eco-credits -support of companies that use clean energy

25 Sarkozy and Lula da Silva(Brasil) Goal: Green Revolution

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