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Glamorgan/Spring Bay

2021/22 municipal emissions snapshot

Transport32%Source %

  • On road 32%
  • On road 100%
    • Automotive 96%
    • Bus 4%

Agriculture51%Source %

  • Sheep/Beef 100%
Total municipal emissions
75 000
t CO2e
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Glamorgan/Spring Bay is a municipality that is geographically small relative to the state average and has a low urban density. Its major emissions source is agriculture, due to the community’s relatively large amount of agricultural activity and low population. The second largest source of emissions is on road transportation.

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Because the data is partially modelled, the Snapshot time series is not suitable for detailed tracking of emissions reductions or for tracking the impacts of specific programs. As the quality of available data continues to improve, so will the tracking capabilities of Snapshot in the future.

SourceSectorEmissions (t CO2e)
Electricity Residential3 000
Commercial1 000
Industrial1 000
Transport On road24 000
Waste5 000
IPPU2 000
Fugitive0
Agriculture39 000
Land Use0

Land Use data is not used in the chart nor the displayed total municipal emissions.

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Characteristics
Land area2 592 km2
Population5 153
Gross regional product$ 249 952 900
Climate zone7