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INSIGHT: Measuring Jersey's greenhouse gas emissions

INSIGHT: Measuring Jersey's greenhouse gas emissions

Thursday 02 September 2021

INSIGHT: Measuring Jersey's greenhouse gas emissions

What accounts for the majority of Jersey's greenhouse gas emissions? What impact have declining dairy cattle numbers had? What happens when the energy from France gets cut? And what has squirty cream got to do with anything?

According to estimates released last week, transport made up nearly half (44%) of the island's greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, with residential (21%) - ranging from fuel to personal care products - making up around a fifth.

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