GST, also known as GST, is the measure of carbon dioxide emissions in a country’s energy mix.
It’s a measure that doesn’t directly measure greenhouse gas emissions, but the UN says it provides an indication of how much CO2 is released when emissions from a particular source are converted into a gas called CO2.
The UN also notes that GST is a much more accurate measure of greenhouse gas production than carbon dioxide.
The United States, for example, has an annual carbon dioxide emission of approximately 5.4 trillion metric tons of CO2, and its GST figure of 5.1 trillion metric is only a fraction of that figure.
The GST metric is calculated based on the carbon dioxide that is emitted during production, storage, and transportation of a particular energy product.
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has developed a metric called the GST Carbon Dioxide Emissions Index (GCEI), which measures emissions per unit of carbon emissions.
It also shows that the United States emits about 30 percent more carbon dioxide per capita than any other country, and China emits a whopping 97 percent more CO2 per capita.
It is also worth noting that the GCEI has some issues.
For example, some of the GGEIs have been based on emissions that were never actually measured.
As of 2016, the IEA has released a new GGEI that uses new data that has been taken from a network of air quality monitors across the country.
This allows for a much higher reliability, but it does mean that the new GCEIs emissions are not 100 percent accurate.
The other issue is that the IEA’s new carbon dioxide Emissions of the World at a Glance report has not been updated since 2015.
This means that many of the country-specific data in the IEEA report are outdated and therefore are not fully reliable.
A new IEA report will be released later this year, and it will provide a much clearer picture of how countries like the United Kingdom, Germany, France, and the United Arab Emirates rank in terms of CO 2 emissions per capita and how their emissions compare to others.
For now, it is too early to say how this metric will affect the US.
The new IEEG report will have some adjustments to make, however.
For instance, it will look at the total emissions of each country, rather than just the CO 2 emitted in the country’s total energy use.
That will be a much better way to track emissions than by using the average.
It will also include other measures, such as the number of people that use each energy product and the size of the economy.
It may not be the best measure for measuring climate change, but its a good first step.