Global CO2 emissions have Flatlined - Clean Malaysia

For the third straight year we are emitting no more CO2 than we did the year before. Photo Credit: YouTube. We continue to pump vast amounts of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. That much we've known, of course. But here's a bit of good news (such ...

Studies for an East Asia carbon market get government blessing - Carbon Pulse (subscription)

Senior politicians from China, South Korea and Japan backed a research programme for a common emissions trading market spanning the three nations on Tuesday, but stressed that such a policy was not a near-term possibility. A Carbon Pulse subscription ...

Analysis: What global emissions in 2016 mean for climate change goals - Carbon Brief

This week, scientists from the University of East Anglia (UEA) and the Global Carbon Project released their annual stocktake of global CO2 emissions; where they come from and where they end up. Also this week, the World Meteorological Organisation ...

Research Shows Global Carbon Emissions Are Actually Slowing Down - VICE

With major international climate change talks currently underway in Morocco, and the Paris Agreement just now kicking into effect, it's a good time to talk about global CO2 emissions. Surprisingly, these conversations might not be as depressing as ...

Here's some good climate news, but don't get too excited - Mashable

French Environment Minister Segolene Royal, right, and COP22 president Salaheddine Mezouar stand by a globe during the opening session of the Climate Conference in Marrakech, Morocco Nov. 7, 2016. Image: Mosa'ab Elshamy/AP.

Global Emissions Flat For Third Year In A Row - PlanetSave.com

Global economic activity rose 3% in 2016, but carbon emissions are up a barely discernible 0.2%. Prior to 2014, emissions were rising an average of 2.3% a year, but since then, year to year increases have been minimal. There are two important reasons ...