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Carbon dioxide emissions rising globally, but drop in China

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The world’s burning of coal, oil and natural gas this year is putting 1% more heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air than last year, bad news for the fight against climate change but with an odd twist, according to scientists who track emissions.
Published 3 months ago · Washington, United States

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Carbon dioxide emissions rising globally, but drop in China

A new accounting of carbon dioxide emissions finds that heat-trapping gas pollution from fossil fuels went up about 1% more than last year

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Carbon dioxide emissions rising globally, but drop in China

The world’s burning of coal, oil and natural gas this year is putting 1% more heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air than last year, bad news for the fight against climate change but with an odd twist, according to scientists who track emissions.

3 months ago·United States
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Carbon dioxide emissions rising globally, but drop in China

A new accounting of carbon dioxide emissions finds that heat-trapping gas pollution from fossil fuels went up about 1% more than last year

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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China’s carbon emissions set to drop while US set for rise, study forecasts

Scientists warned that on current trends, there is a 50 per cent chance of passing a 1.5C target within 9 years.

3 months ago·Hong Kong
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Carbon dioxide emissions rising globally, but drop in China

The world’s burning of coal, oil and natural gas this year is putting 1% more heat-trapping carbon dioxide in the air than last year, bad news for the fight against climate change but with an odd twist, according to scientists who track emissions.

3 months ago·Canada
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Carbon emissions from fossil fuels rise globally, including U.S., but drop in China

A new accounting of carbon dioxide emissions finds that heat-trapping gas pollution from fossil fuels went up this year about 1% from last year.

3 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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