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Beyond coal – Towards net-zero emissions: A common challenge for Japan and Germany This online event brings together high-level government representatives, businesses, think tanks, and NGOs from Japan, Germany, and other countries to discuss questions such as: What does a net-zero emissions pledge mean for the coal sector?

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  • NextTech: Tracking Progress toward Net Zero Emissions - Esri

    Location intelligence can also inform companies’ efforts to take the steps necessary to reach net-zero emissions. Indoor location intelligence, powered by GIS and IoT sensors, highlights trends in office space use, pointing to techniques like automating lights or controlling temperatures to reduce energy use in areas with less foot traffic.

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  • Assessing cities: Applying GIS-based methods for mapping

    Oct 31, 2019A promising quantitative assessment system including various urban form indicators is developed by the Urban Morphology Institute (UMI) in Paris. Within the research centre on zero emission neighbourhoods in smart cities (ZEN), a GIS-based method is applied to analyze conditions of urban form known to contribute to carbon emissions.Author: Lillian Sve Rokseth, Bendik Manum, Bendik Manum, Tobias Nordström

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  • Zero-Emission Bus Implementation Analysis in Seattle | WSP

    In April 2016, the King County Council passed Motion 14633, which took these initial steps further by directing King County Metro to develop and transmit a feasibility report that identifies and analyzes strategies for and barriers to achieving a carbon-neutral or zero-emission vehicle fleet by 2040.

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  • 4.8 Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    4.8 Greenhouse Gas Emissions percent renewable energy and zero carbon resources by 2045. Mandatory GHG Reporting Regulation and California Cap-and-Trade Program CARB has implemented the gas insulated switches (GIS) regulation to control emissions of sulfur

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  • ArcGIS Desktop Help 9.3 - Ways to map quantitative data

    When you map quantitative data, you can either assign each value its own symbol or you can group values into classes using a different symbol for each class.classifythe data. A good example of classified data is a temperature map in a newspaper. Instead of displaying individual temperatures, these maps show temperature bands, where each band

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  • Ongoing Development of a Multi-User Emission Inventory GIS

    that ranges from 1 (no control) to 0 (complete control or zero emissions) and is defined as follows: Equation (2) CF = 1 – CE x RE x RP where CE = Control Efficiency

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  • Qualitative GIS - City University of New York

    geographies, however, GIS had to be reimag-ined as suitable for qualitative research. The prevailing assumption that GIS is only good for quantitative computation and modeling, therefore, had to be challenged at the episte-mological level (Pavlovskaya 2009; Cope and Elwood 2009). Feminist GIS scholars pointed

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  • Cortez, Markey call for "net-zero" greenhouse gas

    Feb 07, 2019Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, D-NY, and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., introduced a resolution outlining a 10-year plan to cut U.S. greenhouse emissions to "net-zero…

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  • ATT Issue Brief: Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    2020 TARGET: Reduce our Scope 1 GHG emissions by 20%, using a 2008 baseline of 1,354,054 metric tons (MT) CO 2 e. 3 3 In 2017, ATT restated our 2008 Scope 1 baseline to 1,354,054 MT CO 2 e to include a back-cast of DIRECTV’s business Scope 1 emissions for the baseline period. In addition, natural gas fuel cell emissions are excluded from all annual Scope 1 emissions figures.

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  • GIS for Climate Change - ESRI

    Title: GIS for Climate Change Author: ESRI Subject: climate change Keywords: GIS for climate change, climate change, global warming, conserving Bolivias critical resources, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) climate change model, biomass and carbon in U.S. forests, the Ayles ice shelf break, McMurdo Station Antarctica, landfast ice mapping

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  • What is GIS? - Teaching with GIS

    Dec 29, 2020Geographic Information Systems (GIS) represent a quantitative means to collect, analyze and connect spatially-related information and then present that information cartographically, graphically, or as a report. Usually GIS is entirely computer-based since it relies on the development of dynamically-linked databases.

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  • Qualitative GIS | SAGE Publications Ltd

    GIS technology in general is not merely a tool for processing quantitative or qualitative spatial data. Qualitative GIS in particular constitutes a knowledge base with philosophical (ontological and epistemological) foundations. The incorporation of qualitative methods into GIS produces a whole that is "greater than the sum of its parts".

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  • Zero Emissions Byron (ZEB) — net Zero Design

    Zero Emissions Byron (ZEB) Byron Shire aims at transitioning to zero emissions by 2025 in five key sectors - energy, buildings, transport, land use and waste. Zero Emissions Byron started in 2015 as a joint initiative of Byron Shire Council, Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) and the Centre for Social Change.

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  • Journal of Ecological Anthropology

    that GIS is principally quantitative by emphasiz-ing that only a modest share of GIS work actually involves genuinely quantitative spatial analysis. She argues that GIS is well suited for qualitative analysis, and scholars can benefit from the ‘representational power’ of

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  • Research at the ZEN Research Centre – FME ZEN

    We will develop neighbourhood design and planning instruments while integrating science-based knowledge on greenhouse gas emissions. The goals of WP1 are to develop: Definitions, targets and benchmarking for zero emission neighbourhoods based on customised indicators and quantitative

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    Beyond coal – Towards net-zero emissions: A common challenge for Japan and Germany This online event brings together high-level government representatives, businesses, think tanks, and NGOs from Japan, Germany, and other countries to discuss questions such as: What does a net-zero emissions pledge mean for the coal sector?

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  • A quantitative analysis of Japans optimal power

    Variable renewables can contribute greatly to zero emission power in 2050 in Japan. • A very high share of them, however, could escalate the total cost to 20–30 JPY/kWh. • “Zero emission thermal” power generation is a necessity to meet the 2050 target. • Use of imported hydrogen is one possibility for zero emission thermal power. •

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  • Path to net zero: Momentum builds for energy transition as

    The number of North American energy companies setting net-zero absolute carbon emissions targets exploded during the second half of 2020, with utilities leading the way. Thanks to investors increasing concerns about environmental, social and governance issues, however, the oil and gas industry is beginning to catch up.

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  • FRAMEWORK FOR RECOVERING REIMAGINING A

    Equity Framework and Definition – To contain quantitative and qualitative indicators of existing Zero-Emission Stations for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Trucks – Develop a regional network Promote new GIS tools to local

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  • The Future of GIS - USC GIS Online

    GIS of The Future vs. Here and Now

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  • BP ESG outlook solid as strategy pivots to transition

    BP’s ESG performance and outlook are bolstered by an ambitious net-zero emissions target from its operated upstream production by 2050, complemented by a tenfold surge in green spending, 50

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  • A Vision on Future Green Urbanization toward Carbon

    Our team has carefully proposed more than 100 quantitative indicators as the preliminary attempt to support each project to come up with its own tailor-made zero-emissions solution.” This new concept has gained strong buy-in from the market and policymakers in China.

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  • Commuting by Bicycle an Overview of the Literature

    Translate this pageA BSTRACT Commuting by bicycle has advantages over other modes of transport, both for the commuter and for society. Although cycling is an option for many commuters, a considerable number of them choose to use other forms of transport. In order to underpin policies that promote commuting by bicycle, this paper investigates the determinants for commuting to work.

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  • Economics of the disintegration of the Greenland ice sheet

    Jun 18, 2019First, no negative emissions are allowed past 2200. If these are allowed, then the optimal solution is to run atmospheric carbon concentrations low enough that the GIS stays at current volume. Second, the rate of decarbonization is set at zero after 2200. Without this assumption, emissions go quickly to zero.

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  • Project Associate - Urban Climate Mitigation - Institute

    Strong methodological skillset for quantitative and qualitative empirical research, GIS knowledge is an asset. Excellent communication and writing skills (academic and non-academic) with fluency in spoken and written English; ability to communicate in Spanish or Portuguese is highly desired.

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  • Oil Gas Carbon Transition

    Eni aims to have net-zero upstream emissions by 2030 and net-zero emissions for the entire company by 2040. For the 13 companies with carbon-reduction targets, their average carbon intensity -- million tonnes CO2e/invested capital plus depreciation ($/billion) -- could decline by almost 30% by 2030 and more than 60% by 2050.

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  • Geospatial Summit Full Program | USC Dornsife

    The global use of geographic information systems (GIS) and location analytics is expected to double by 2023, becoming a $10 billion industry (BusinessWire.com). A key driver in this growth is the use of location intelligence by the private sector.

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  • Climate Prediction Center - GIS data (Shapefile and Raster)

    HOME GIS Data GIS Data : CPC GIS DATA (Shapefile Raster) NOTE: If you have any questions concerning any of the GIS data provided here, please contact the person responsible for the data.

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  • E is for ‘Emissions?’ - Jefferies Group

    quantitative analyses. E is for ‘Emissions’ explores the implications of one of the most significant global megatrends of the next decade: the transition to a lower carbon world. This shift is not – at least as of today – absolutist and focused on a march to zero emissions.

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