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Regulations for Mexico’s national emissions registry announced
Mexico has established a mandatory reporting system for direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions for all facilities with annual emissions over 25,000 tCO2e.
Emitters in the energy, industrial, transport, agricultural, commercial services, and waste sectors will be required to report on various GHG emissions, including carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide, black carbon or soot, fluorinated gases , halogenated ethers, halocarbons, mixtures of these GHGs and any additional GHGs identified by the IPCC and designated by the Secretariat of Environment and Natural Resources (Regulation - Spanish). Every three years, an accredited third party must verify emission reports.
There's lots of factors but it seems to me that the human one would be a lot more significant than I initially thought.
originally posted by: Infinitis
a reply to: TrollMagnet
Compared to a breathing tax... Yeah I think Mine is slightly more probable
originally posted by: rickymouse
My nephew was sleeping in my brothers basement and my brothers gas detector kept going off when he farted......Now I can see requiring gas detectors in a restaurant at every table, that makes way more sense.
originally posted by: TzarChasm
It's basically a fine punishing public vendors for the unmasked customers/employees who think they're sneaky and clever by disregarding health policy when no one is looking. Now the meter records any change in CO2 levels and saves that information for the health department.