Emission [noun]

Definition of Emission:

issuance, diffusion

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Sentence/Example of Emission:

Three studies published this week examine some of the issues of negative emissions in detail.

Those data show that jumps in CO2 emissions happened at about the same time as strong earthquakes, and emissions dropped off when quakes were smaller and farther between.

Major oil and gas companies, particularly in Europe, have pledged to cut their emissions dramatically—leaving the future of their assets, some of them still un-drilled, in question.

Studies have shown the product to reduce methane emissions by about 20 percent in meat cattle, according to the New York Times.

The fee price would then drop as carbon emissions drop, he said.

Governments are also driving demand with mounting pressures to decrease carbon emissions.

Today Earth is approaching another minimum of northern sunlight, so without human carbon dioxide emissions we would be heading into another ice age within the next 1,500 years or so.

The same shock that generates the radio emission should also heat the electrons, causing them to emit X-rays.

States and cities with ambitious climate action plans are working to reduce emissions from the building sector to zero.

So if we’re going to have more greenhouse-gas emissions, they’re going to show up 10, 20, 50 years from now when the climate is somewhat hotter than it would be otherwise.