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National Inventory Report 2014 and Revised Kyoto Protocol National Inventory Report 2013

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Department of the Environment, 2016

The Australian Government Submission to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

Australian National Greenhouse Accounts

The information on this page has been superseded by the National Inventory Report 2014 (revised) and Revised Initial Report. This page is retained for archival purposes

The three volumes of Australia's National Inventory Report 2014 and Revised Kyoto Protocol National Inventory Report 2013 and the CP2 initial report were submitted under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and the Kyoto Protocol in May 2016:

  • Volume 1: Includes Australia's data for energy (stationary energy, transport and fugitive emissions), industrial processes and product use, and agriculture.
  • Volume 2: Australia's data for the Land Use, Land Use Change and Forestry (LULUCF) and waste sectors, recalculations and improvements.
  • Volume 3: Australia's data for Kyoto Protocol LULUCF, Kyoto Protocol accounting requirements, glossary and references.
  • Australia's CP2 initial report: A report to facilitate the calculation of Australia's assigned amount under the second commitment period of the Kyoto Protocol (2013-2020).

The National Inventory Report 2014 and Revised Kyoto Protocol National Inventory Report 2013 contains national greenhouse gas emission estimates for the period 1990-2014 compiled under the rules for reporting applicable to the UNFCCC and under the Kyoto Protocol.

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