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Specifically regarding the table in your question, the last column compares the emissions not by mass but by CO2-Eqivalent mass. That means that the number already takes into account that the global warming potential of N2O is much higher, so every emitted molecule of N2O counts like 298 molecules of CO2. In other words, when the table says 7.9% is N2O, it ...


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