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Greenhouse Gas Measurement and Management


Fig. 20: Boundary used for community emissions inventory (% of respondents)


100 %


80 83% 60


40 20 0


Fig. 21: Methodologies applied to community emissions


30


20 18 10 9 10% 3% 3% 5 0 1


Geopolitical boundary Part of the geopolitical boundary


Geopolitical boundary (incl. parts of external transport)


Geopolitical and organizational boundaries


Number of responding cities (29)


Other


Proprietary International Emissions


Analysis Protocol


International Standard for Determining Greenhouse Gas Emissions for Cities


Number of responding cities (27). Cities were instructed to select as many as apply.


“An emission factor for power from the Danish power grid is provided by the company, which runs the Danish transmission system, Energinet.dk. An emission factor for district heating in the regional district heating system is provided by local energy companies. Emission factors for different types of traffic are provided by the Danish Ministry of Transport.”


Copenhagen


Fig. 22: IT used to collect, calculate and manage community emissions data (% of respondents)


47% 7% 18% 16% 21%


40 50


30 20 10 0


54%


Software tool Spreadsheet Other Software tool and spreadsheet


Number of responding cities (32)


National government International body Both None


Number of responding cities (26) 35% 27% 12% 27%


Fig. 23: Organizations to which cities report community emissions (% of respondents)


%


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