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Quarterly Update of Australia's National Greenhouse Gas Inventory: September Quarter 2011

Department of Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, 2012

Emissions increased in the September quarter 2011, with trend emissions rising by 0.5% (Figure 1). This is the third consecutive quarter of positive trend growth. The trend increase for the quarter was largely driven by increases in emissions from transport as a result of increased consumption of liquid fuels (see section 2.3) and stationary energy excluding electricity due to increased production in some manufacturing sectors (see section 2.2). These increases were largely offset by a decrease in emissions from the electricity sector (see section 2.1). Unseasonably weak emissions growth in the electricity sector contributed to the 0.3% decrease in seasonally adjusted emissions in the September 2011 quarter (Figure 2).

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