Greenhouse gas emissions from Canada's buildings by type 2012

This statistic provides the greenhouse gas emissions released by buildings in Canada in 2012. During this year, residential buildings accounted for 41 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions. Emissions from residential buildings are expected to increase, but with a decrease in energy intensity.

Greenhouse gas emissions from buildings in Canada in 2012, by type of building

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Release date

July 2014

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2012

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