Emission of greenhouse gas emissions have increased, Although there are reports that global greenhouse gas emissions are almost eliminated in 2017, an international team of scientists is working.

In the past two decades, scientists have been closely monitoring the atmospheric concentration of fluorocarbon gas (HFC), known as HFC-23. This gas has few industrial uses. However, the rate rises because it is released into the atmosphere during the manufacture of other chemicals that are widely used in cooling systems in developing countries.

Scientists worry that HFC-23 is a very strong greenhouse gas with one ton of emissions equivalent to the release of more than 12,000 tons of carbon dioxide. the Emission of greenhouse gas emissions have increased.

Since 2015, India and China, considered to be the main producers of HFC-23, have announced ambitious plans to reduce emissions at gas-producing factories.

As a result, they report that they have almost completely eliminated HFC-23 emissions by 2017. In response, these scientists are expected to reduce global emissions by almost 90 percent between 2015 and 2017, which will lead to an increase in stalled atmospheric levels.

This strong greenhouse gas has been developing rapidly in the atmosphere for decades, and these reports indicate that the surge should have almost completely stopped within two or three years. This will be a big win for the climate. The fact that this reduction has not yet taken place and that global emissions have actually increased is a mystery and could affect the Montreal Protocol, an international agreement to protect the stratospheric ozone layer.

Although China and India have not yet agreed to these changes, the reported reduction will put them on a path that is in line with Kigali. However, there seems to be more work. Our study found that China might not succeed in reducing HFC-23 emissions as reported.

However, without further measurements, we cannot be certain whether India is able to implement its reduction program. If this reduction in HFC-23 emissions is as high as reported, the researchers believe that CO2 emissions in Spain can be avoided throughout the year between 2015 and 2017.

The CO2 equivalent emission level shows how strong this greenhouse gas is. We now hope to work with other international groups to better determine individual emissions from India and China, using regional data and models rather than globally, the researchers said. In this case, while atmospheric data shows that emissions reductions are in accordance with the report, the regulation is believed to be a bad incentive for producers to increase the amount of exhaust gas they produce to sell more credit.