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Figure 5-23. 2006 CO2 emissions from the transport sectors.

Pie charts of sources of CO2 emissions in London. 2006 total emissions from all sectors, excluding aviation, amounted to 44.3 million tons of CO2. Ground-based transportation accounted for 22% of total emissions in 2006, or 9.6 million tonnes of CO2. Residential accounted for 33% of CO2 emissions, Commercial for 33%, and Industrial for 7%. Of the ground-based transporters, 49% came from cars and motorcycles, 23% from road freight, 11% from ground-based aviation, 5% from bus, and 4% each from taxis/PHVs, Underground, and National Rail.

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