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Based on data in EPA's Global Anthropogenic Emissions of Non—CO2 Greenhouse Gases report, in 2010, Indonesia's estimated anthropogenic methane emissions ranked 7th in the world. While rice cultivation is the country's largest source of methane emissions, approximately 44 percent of its anthropogenic methane emissions—85.23 MMTCO2E—come from agriculture (manure management), municipal solid waste, natural gas and oil systems, and wastewater.

Berdasarkan laporan Emisi Global Akibat Kegiatan Manusia dari Gas Rumah Kaca Non Karbon Dioksida" milik EPA, perkiraan emisi metana di Indonesia akibat kegiatan manusia pada tahun 2010 menduduki peringkat ke-7 di dunia. Kendati budidaya padi negeri ini merupakan sumber emisi metana terbesar, sekitar 44 persen dari emisi metana akibat kegiatan manusia—85,23 MMTCO2E—berasal dari pertanian (pengelolaan kotoran ternak), Tempat Pembuangan Sampah (TPA), sistem minyak dan gas, dan air limbah.




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Methane Sites

The map shows completed and potential methane abatement, recovery, or use projects.

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    • GMI sites are facilities at which methane abatement, recovery, and/or use projects have been identified or completed.
    • Non-GMI sites identify potential or existing projects that are not supported by the GMI.
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