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Global Carbon Emissions Growth Slows, But Hits Record High

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 4 December 2019 ()
The runaway train that is climate change is about to blow past another milestone: global fossil-fuel carbon dioxide emissions will reach yet another record high. Driven by rising natural gas and oil consumption, levels of CO[2]Β are expected to hit 37 billion tons this year, according to new estimates from the Global Carbon...
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Global greenhouse gas emissions up 0.6% from last year.

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