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== Card #7: CO<sub>2</sub> emissions ==
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== Explications des lien ==
CO<sub>2</sub>, or carbon dioxide, is the main anthropogenic (produced by human activities) greenhouse gas in terms of emissions. These emissions come from our use of fossil fuels and from deforestation.
 
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== Correction ==
=== Causes ===
=== Causes ===
* [[Fr-fr_adulte_carte_6_déforestation|Déforestation]] La déforestation émet du {{CO2}} car 93% du bois déforesté par l'homme est brulé.
* [[En-en adult card 5 fossil fuels|Fossil fuels]] Coal, oil and natural gas emit CO<sub>2</sub> during combustion.
== Pour aller plus loin ==
* [[En-en adult card 6 deforestation|Deforestation]] emits CO<sub>2</sub> because a large proportion of deforestation caused by man is achieved by burning the forests.
 
=== Consequences ===
* [[En-en adult card 12 carbon sinks|Carbon sinks]]
 
== Wrong links==
=== Wrong consequences===
*[[En-en adult card 11 concentration of co2|Concentration of CO<sub>2</sub>]] The correct link is via the carbon sinks card.
*[[En-en adult card 24 ocean acidification|Ocean acidification]] The correct link is via the carbon sinks card.
 
==Current energy mix==
=== Global ===
The global energy mix is 85% dependent on fossil fuels<ref> [https://www.planete-energies.com/en/medias/close/what-energy-mix Global energy mix] </ref> and today renewable energy sources tend to add capacity rather than replace fossil fuels.


=== Mix énergétique actuel ===
===France===
==== Mondial ====
In France in 2018, the final energy consumption (at consumer level) split by primary energy source was as follows<ref> [https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89nergie_en_France Energy in France by Wikipedia (in French)] </ref>:
Le mix énergétique mondial dépend à 80% des énergies fossiles<ref> [https://www.planete-energies.com/fr/medias/decryptages/qu-est-ce-que-le-mix-energetique Mix energetique mondial] </ref>et aujourd’hui les énergies renouvelables viennent s’additionner aux énergies fossiles, elles ne les remplacent pas
*Fossil fuels: 67.4% (coal 1.9%, oil 44.0%, natural gas 21.5%)
*nuclear: 17.7%
*renewables: 14.9% (biomass-waste 9.8%, hydropower 3.0%, wind 1.2%, solar 0.5% (mainly photovoltaic), other 0.3%).


==== France ====
==References==
En France, la consommation d'énergie finale (au niveau des consommateurs) de 2017 se répartissait comme suit par source primaire d'énergie <ref> [https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89nergie_en_France Energie en France d'après Wikipédia] </ref> :
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* combustibles fossiles : 69,9 % (charbon 2,6 %, pétrole 44,3 %, gaz naturel 21,9 %) ;
* nucléaire : 17,3 % ;
* énergies renouvelables : 13,9 % (biomasse-déchets 9,7 %, hydraulique 2,4 %, éolien 1,1 %, solaire 0,4 % (essentiellement photovoltaïque, autres 0,3 %).


== Références ==
[[fr:Fr-fr_adulte_carte_7_émissions_de_co2]]
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Latest revision as of 14:47, 30 October 2021

Card #7: CO2 emissions

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CO2, or carbon dioxide, is the main anthropogenic (produced by human activities) greenhouse gas in terms of emissions. These emissions come from our use of fossil fuels and from deforestation.

Correction

Causes

  • Fossil fuels Coal, oil and natural gas emit CO2 during combustion.
  • Deforestation emits CO2 because a large proportion of deforestation caused by man is achieved by burning the forests.

Consequences

Wrong links

Wrong consequences

Current energy mix

Global

The global energy mix is 85% dependent on fossil fuels[1] and today renewable energy sources tend to add capacity rather than replace fossil fuels.

France

In France in 2018, the final energy consumption (at consumer level) split by primary energy source was as follows[2]:

  • Fossil fuels: 67.4% (coal 1.9%, oil 44.0%, natural gas 21.5%)
  • nuclear: 17.7%
  • renewables: 14.9% (biomass-waste 9.8%, hydropower 3.0%, wind 1.2%, solar 0.5% (mainly photovoltaic), other 0.3%).

References