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Regarding Results of the 3rd Follow-up
to the Keidanren Voluntary Action Plan on the Environment
--Section on Global Warming Measures--

November 2, 2000

(Japan Federation of Economic Organizations)

  1. CO2 emissions in fiscal 1999 by industry as a whole (34 industries in the industrial and energy-conversion sectors)
  2. {CO2 Emissions 4 by Industry As a Whole
    (Industrial and Energy-Converting Sectors)}
    1990199719981999 2005
    cf. 1990)
    cf. 1990)
    cf. 1990)
    the level
    of 1990
    cf. 1990)

    CO2 Emissions by 34 Industries in the Industrial and Energy-Converting Sectors

  3. Trends by Industry
  4. Evaluations and Future Policies

  1. The following are the 34 industries in the industrial and energy-conversion sectors:
    Federation of Electric Power Companies; Japan Gas Association; Petroleum Association of Japan; Japan Iron and Steel Federation; Japan Chemical Industry Association; Cement Association of Japan; Japan Paper Federation; Japan Federation of Housing Organizations; Electronic Industries Association of Japan; Japan Auto Parts Industries Association; Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association; Japan Federation of Construction Contractors; Japan Mining Industry Association; Japan Electrical Manufacturers' Association; Flat Glass Association of Japan; The Japan Rubber Manufacturers Association; Japan Electric Wire and Cable Makers' Association; Japan Aluminium Federation; Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers' Associations of Japan; Brewers Association of Japan; Japan Brass Makers Association; Japan Coal Energy Center; Japan Sugar Refiners' Association; Limestone Association of Japan; Japan Camera Industry Association; The Shipbuilders' Association of Japan; Japan Association of Rolling Stock Industries; Japan Society of Industrial Machinery Manufacturers; Japan Bearing Industrial Association; Japan Dairy Industry Association; The Japan Soft Drinks Association; Flour Millers Association; Japan Glass Bottle Association; and Japan Machine Tool Builder's Association.

  2. When not otherwise specified, electric power per unit output being used by the respective industries is based on data provided by the Federation of Electric Power Companies.
    {For FY1990: 0.102; FY1997: 0.089; FY1998: 0.087; FY1999: 0.090; FY2005: 0.096; FY2010: 0.082 (kg-C/kWh)}
    As a rule the transformation coefficients for other types of energy are based on data from the Comprehensive Energy Statistics (for amount of heat generated), and on the Environment Agency's "Report on Survey of Carbon Dioxide Emissions (1992)" (carbon equivalent coefficients).

  3. The total of emissions from the energy conversion sector, industrial sector, and industrial processes, as contained in statistics on total CO2 emissions for Japan announced by the Environment Agency.

  4. Industries review actual and forecasted figures on CO2 emissions each year with the aim of improving the accuracy of such figures. Therefore, different numbers may appear from those cited in the previous year.

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