Trends on emission data since 1990 – 2015

Trends on emission data since 1990 – 2015

Source for the data: https://catalog.data.gov/dataset/greenhouse-gas-emissions-from-fuel-combustion-million-metric-tons-beginning-1990

The following plots are conducted in Seaborn Jointplot                                                                       Python code: jointplot sns.jointplot(x=’Year’,y=’Residential’,data=df,kind=’reg’)

Figure 1: Transportation emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015.

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Figure 2: Residential emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015.

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Figure 3: Commercial emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015.

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Figure 4: Electricity Generated emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015. This is a pretty strong trend of electricity generated has decreased considerably. Question might be how is the US generating enough electricity to be sustainable?

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Figure 5: Net Electricity emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015. Curious where is the net electricity being stored? Is this coming from dams, solar, or wind?

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Figure 6: Year Total emissions (in metric tons) between 1990 – 2015. Overall with all the factors has a negative slope.

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