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Major Sources of Greenhouse Gases Emissions
from deck Actions Template Against Climate Change (PPT presentation)

Major Sources of Greenhouse Gases Emissions

Slide Content

The slide presents a breakdown of the major sources of greenhouse gas emissions, divided into four categories: Production, Electricity, Agriculture, and Heating & Cooling. Each category features a percentage share of emissions and specific examples: Production (31%) includes concrete, steel, and plastics; Electricity (27%) does not specify sources; Agriculture (19%) involves emissions from plants and animals; and Heating & Cooling (7%) covers air conditioning and food storage processes. These categories help in understanding where efforts can be concentrated to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dominant teal color theme.
  • There are four rounded-rectangle shapes, each representing a category with an icon at the top.
  • The categories are indicated by large, bold white text: "Production," "Electricity," "Agriculture," and "Heating & Cooling."
  • Below each category name, there are bullet points with examples of sources.
  • Each category has a percentage depicted in a large orange and grey circular chart below the text.
  • There are pictorial icons representing each category: a factory for Production, a light bulb for Electricity, a wheat stalk for Agriculture, and a thermometer for Heating & Cooling.

The overall look is modern and clean with a consistent iconographic style that visually categorizes the information. The use of color and graphics effectively highlights the key information and allows for quick understanding at a glance.

Use Cases

  • Presenting environmental impact data in a corporate social responsibility (CSR) report.
  • Educational purposes, explaining the distribution of greenhouse gas sources in a classroom or workshop.
  • Climate change-related conference presentations, offering insights into emission sources.
  • Policy briefing materials to inform decision-makers on areas to focus on for emission reduction strategies.

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