Canada-United States Air Quality Agreement Progress Report 2012
The 2012 Progress Report is the 11th biennial report completed under the 1991 Canada-U.S. Air Quality Agreement and summarizes key actions undertaken by both countries in the last two years to address transboundary air pollution within the context of the Agreement. The report presents progress made toward meeting the commitments established in the Acid Rain and Ozone Annexes of the Agreement and key scientific and technical trends related to air pollution.
According to the report, as of 2010, Canada's total emissions of sulphur dioxide have decreased by 57% from 1990 levels while the U.S. has reduced total sulphur dioxide emissions from covered sources by 67% from their 1990 emission levels. Between 2000 and 2010, Canada reduced total emissions of nitrogen oxides by 40% in the transboundary ozone region while U.S. total nitrogen oxide emissions decreased by 42% in the region.
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- Author: Environment Canada
- Language of Document: Separate English/French
- Document Type: Report
- Cat. No.: En85-1/2012E-PDF
- Size: 21.6 X 28
- Pages: 82
- Year: 2012
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