Greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland in 2015, by source sector (in MtCO2e)

Greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland 2015, by sector This statistic shows greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland in 2015, by source sector. Energy supply was the biggest source of emissions, contributing 12.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2015.
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Million tonnes
Energy Supply 12.2
Transport (excluding IA&S*)10.8
IA&S*2.4
Agriculture and Related Land Use 10.8
Business and Industrial Process 8.6
Residential 6.1
Waste Management 1.4
Development 1.7
Public Sector Buildings 1.1
Forestry -7
Million tonnes
Energy Supply 12.2
Transport (excluding IA&S*)10.8
IA&S*2.4
Agriculture and Related Land Use 10.8
Business and Industrial Process 8.6
Residential 6.1
Waste Management 1.4
Development 1.7
Public Sector Buildings 1.1
Forestry -7
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This statistic shows greenhouse gas emissions in Scotland in 2015, by source sector. Energy supply was the biggest source of emissions, contributing 12.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2015.
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Release date
October 2017
Region
Scotland
Survey time period
2015
Supplementary notes
* IA&S = international aviation and shipping

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