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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Measures

Greenhouse Gas Emission Mitigation Measures (FY 2011) This chart shows the magnitude of each GHG emission measure. Supplying PC Air and 400H2 power to aircraft at the gates constitutes the largest GHG emission mit- igation measure at SFO Climate Change Adaptation PC Air and 400hz Power Supply at International and Domestic Terminals To date, the majority ofefforts to address In the San Francisco Bay Area, the SFO has installed a sea wall along most climate change have been focused on Bay Conservation and Develapment of the adjacent shoreine with an eleva dimate change "mitigation, or imple Commissian (BCDC) has developed a tion af 3 feet above the high tidal water menting GHG emission reduction and report that analyzes thevulrerabities levelin the Bay. SFO is aiso planning to offset measures. However, due to the to climate change in the Bay and recom estend this wall to cover the remain- long term impact of greenhouse gases mends policies that would alter design ing shore line at the Airport A focused on the cimate, it is considered advis and siting requirements for some proj- assessment of Cimate Change impacts able to evaluate the impact of potential ects requiring permits from BCDC2. The at the Airport will also be carried aut changes in the climate and develop BCDC 2008 vulnerability assessment, in the ongoing Sustainabllity Planning Climate Change Adaptation Plans to Lving With A Rising Bay: Vulnerability process. 1ACRP Report A Guidebook ensure continued operation of the facil And Adaptation in San Francisco Bay on Preparing Airpart Greenhouse Gas ties and services. Both the state of And On the Shoreline (http/www.bcdc Inventories (200g Calfornia and the Bay Area local govern cagow/BPALivingWithRisingfiay pdf), is 21,889 Green Car Rental ............. Incentive Program 11,442 Construction and Demolition Waste 4,545 ments have initieted eforts to prepare based on research findings by the united climate change adaptation plans. At the States Gealogical Survey (USGS) on state level, Eecutive Order S-13-08 out epected inundation due to sea level rise in the Bay Area and on an analysis ef the socioeconomic impactsof the potential BART Extension to SFO 2,076 Airtrain Facility 1,864 ires the following actions Calsfor adonal seach an fe magntade of seo ievel rise ie Caliorni Regus el sa agencies thot one plonng construction in coastol oreas o consider he projec levele ond reduce expected rRS Inundetion by the Pacific institute. The results of these efforts show that Approimately 8000 ces of shorene nds areirersble to loading foliowing ctsuinerabty t se 16-nch ne in see level, and more than and ouies the develspmentofe o st h ases Cafaria'oinerabty and outines solutions rhot con be implemented withinand ocross state agerces t promate resilency 213,000 acres folowing o 55-inch rse in sea invel, potentialy foadng overe quetermienafthe Bay's resident The replocement wolue ofthe resourcs ot nak would be obout 32 biion 41,816 Metric Tons Sen Francisce aternatienal Airpert/ Cerperete Susteinability Report SFO Cimane Chenge

Greenhouse Gas Mitigation Measures

shared by robbthurmond on Feb 03
This was part of a series of info-graphics included in a redesign of the San Francisco International Airport Environmental Sustainability Report as part of my Type Systems class at the Academy of Art ...


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