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 ===== Emissions from international transportation ===== ===== Emissions from international transportation =====
- +Emissions ​from international ​transportation ​are allocated to international freight in a proportionale way:
- In MIRAGE-e 2, emissions ​from international ​freight are accounted separately to allow an exclusion from the Paris agreement. The sectors excluded are listed in the ''​InternationalFreight''​ set, and these emissions are not subject to carbon taxation in the model. Emissions ​are allocated to international freight in a proportionale way:+
  
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 EmGHG^{Freight}_{g,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim} = \left[\sum_i EmGHG^{IC}_{g,​i,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim} + EmGHG^{Y}_{g,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim}\right]\frac{TrSupply_{Tr,​r,​t,​sim}}{Y_{Tr,​r,​t,​sim}} EmGHG^{Freight}_{g,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim} = \left[\sum_i EmGHG^{IC}_{g,​i,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim} + EmGHG^{Y}_{g,​Tr,​r,​t,​sim}\right]\frac{TrSupply_{Tr,​r,​t,​sim}}{Y_{Tr,​r,​t,​sim}}
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 +These emissions can enter the emission reduction policy or not, depending on the sector being liste in the ''​InternationalFreight''​ set. In this case, $EmGHG^{Freight}$ is computed, but not added to carbon market emissions and not subject to carbon taxation.