Each year, approximately 1000 UK installations currently in the EU emissions trading scheme emit over 250 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, accounting for around half of the UK's contribution to global warming. Sandbag, a campaign initiated to highlight the issues around carbon emissions trading, has recently launched a map detailing the location of these sites, how much they emitted in 2008 and also how many permits they have been allocated by Government. Sandbag's analysis shows that overall emissions in the UK in 2008 were 50 million tonnes higher than the number of permits handed out. The only sector with fewer permits than it needs is the electricity sector; all other sectors have received more allowances than they need.