Acta Scientific Nutritional Health (ASNH)(ISSN: 2582-1423)

Review Article Volume 6 Issue 8

Estimating the CO2 Emission from Transportation: Case Study In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Van Thi Thanh Ho1*, Nguyen Nhat Anh Hao2, Dien Vinh Le3, Khang Pham Vinh4, Huyen Duong Thi Thanh1, Tam Ho Phung1 and Truong Xuan Nguyen5

1Hochiminh City University of Natural Resources and Environment (HCMUMRE), Vietnam

2Hochiminh City University of Technology (HCMUT), Vietnam

3Lawrence S. Ting High School, 80 Nguyen Duc Canh, Tan Phong, Vietnam

4Vo Truong Toan High School, 482 Nguyen Thi Dang Street, Quarter 1, Hiep Thanh Ward, Minh City, Vietnam

5Southern Education Development Center, Office of Ministry of Education and Training, Vietnam

*Corresponding Author: Van Thi Thanh Ho, Hochiminh City University of Natural Resources and Environment (HCMUMRE), Vietnam.

Received: September 08, 2022; Published:

Abstract

According to a Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) scientific report, it is reported that 45% of CO2 emissions come from transportation source, therefore the calculation of CO2 emissions from transportation is one of important and urgent issue for evaluation the CO2 emissions. The results of the calculation and evaluation the CO2 emissions that will be provided a scientific basis for policy makers to propose a feasible strategy to cut greenhouse gas emissions, particularly CO2 from transport emissions. In this study, total CO2 emissions from transport activities were calculated for 24 districts in Ho Chi Minh City, the biggest city in Vietnam. The result of study shows that the emissions ranging from CO2 tons /year up to 110 CO2 tons/year and focus on the downtown area in city. It is indicated that the total amount of CO2 emissions in Ho Chi Minh City is quite high and need to have some policies to reduce the CO2 emission such as the development a model of using public transport instead of personal vehicles that really need to be need to implement and implement. The results of research serve as a scientific data and provide calculated inventory data, methods to inventory greenhouse gases from CO2 emissions from transport sources and support the goal of reducing total emissions that aims to build a low-carbon city.

Keywords: Climate Change; Population; CO2 Emissions; GIS

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Citation

Citation: Van Thi Thanh Ho., et al. “Estimating the CO2 Emission from Transportation: Case Study In Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam". Acta Scientific Nutritional Health 6.10 (2022): .

Copyright

Copyright: © 2022 Van Thi Thanh Ho., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.




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