SEEG Initiative Estimates of Brazilian GHG Emissions from 1970 to 2015

Data Descriptor: SEEG initiative estimates of Brazilian greenhouse gas emissions from 1970 to 2015


Tasso Rezende de Azevedo, Ciniro Costa Junior, , Amintas Brandão Junior, Marcelo dos Santos Cremer, Marina Piatto, David Shiling Tsai, Paulo Barreto, Heron Martins, Márcio Sales, Tharic Galuchi, Alessandro Rodrigues, Renato Morgado, André Luis Ferreira, Felipe
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This work presents the SEEG platform, a 46-year long dataset of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in Brazil (1970–2015) providing more than 2 million data records for the Agriculture, Energy, Industry, Waste and Land Use Change Sectors at national and subnational levels. The SEEG dataset was developed by the Climate Observatory, a Brazilian civil society initiative, based on the IPCC guidelines and Brazilian National Inventories embedded with country specific emission factors and processes, raw data from multiple official and non-official sources, and organized together with social and economic indicators. Once completed, the SEEG dataset was converted into a spreadsheet format and shared via web-platform that, by means of simple queries, allows users to search data by emission sources and country and state activities. Because of its effectiveness in producing and making available data on a consistent and accessible basis, SEEG may significantly increase the capacity of civil society, scientists and stakeholders to understand and anticipate trends related to GHG emissions as well as its implications to public policies in Brazil.




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