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Global Fossil Fuel Emissions Have Stalled - BRINK;

Global Fossil Fuel Emissions Have Stalled - BRINK

BRINKGlobal Fossil Fuel Emissions Have StalledBRINKSmoke billows from smokestacks and a coal fired generator at a steel factory in the industrial province of Hebei, China. After strong growth since the early 2000s, fossil fuel emissions in China have leveled off and may even be declining. Photo: Kevin ...and more »

Global CO2 emissions have Flatlined - Clean Malaysia;

Global CO2 emissions have Flatlined - Clean Malaysia

Clean MalaysiaGlobal CO2 emissions have FlatlinedClean MalaysiaFor 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 ...and more »

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

Studies for an East Asia carbon market get government blessingCarbon 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 ...and more »

Still a long way to go: Global 'Greening' has slowed CO2 rise - The Asian Age;

Still a long way to go: Global 'Greening' has slowed CO2 rise - The Asian Age

The Asian AgeStill a long way to go: Global 'Greening' has slowed CO2 riseThe Asian AgeThe annual carbon emissions remaining in the air fell from about 50 per cent to 40 per cent in the last decade. More plants have been growing due to higher CO2 levels in the air and warming temperatures that cut the CO2 emitted by plants via respiration.and more »

Global carbon emission growth is starting to slow down - The Verge;

Global carbon emission growth is starting to slow down - The Verge

The VergeGlobal carbon emission growth is starting to slow downThe VergeThe growth of global carbon emissions is starting to slow down, according to a study published Monday in Earth System Science Data. Emissions will rise just 0.2 percent from 2015 to 2016, the study found, following a 0.7 percent increase the previous year.and more »

It's Official: Falling Carbon Emissions In US Have Little To Do With EPA Regulations - Daily Caller

It's Official: Falling Carbon Emissions In US Have Little To Do With EPA RegulationsDaily CallerScientists found that American carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions fell again for the third straight year because of hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking” — and not environmental regulations, according to new data. Early projections from researchers at the ...and more »

Biofuels Turn Out To Be a Climate Mistake - Energy Collective;

Biofuels Turn Out To Be a Climate Mistake - Energy Collective

Energy CollectiveBiofuels Turn Out To Be a Climate MistakeEnergy CollectiveBiofuels are usually regarded as inherently carbon-neutral, but once all emissions associated with growing feedstock crops and manufacturing biofuel are factored in, they actually increase CO2 emissions rather than reducing them, writes John DeCicco of ...and more »

Global carbon emissions continue slow growth for 3rd consecutive year: Study - The Daily Star;

Global carbon emissions continue slow growth for 3rd consecutive year: Study - The Daily Star

The Daily StarGlobal carbon emissions continue slow growth for 3rd consecutive year: StudyThe Daily StarSmoke rises from chimneys and cooling towers of a refinery in Ningbo, Zhejiang province on August 19, 2014. Reuters file photo. Star Online Report. Global carbon emissions are still on the rise, but they are growing slower than they have in the past, ...and more »

Global carbon emissions flatline continues - Ars Technica;

Global carbon emissions flatline continues - Ars Technica

Ars TechnicaGlobal carbon emissions flatline continuesArs TechnicaEven before the international Paris Agreement was completed last December, we had some encouraging news about greenhouse gas emissions. Despite an increase in global GDP, emissions were basically unchanged from 2014 to 2015. Previously, only ...and more »

The world's CO2 emissions have not increased in the past three years - Inhabitat;

The world's CO2 emissions have not increased in the past three years - Inhabitat

InhabitatThe world's CO2 emissions have not increased in the past three yearsInhabitatA new report shows that 2016 marks the third year in a row with no increase in worldwide emissions. The findings have been met with cautious optimism, as they signal China's declining coal production. However many are concerned that US president-elect ...and more »

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

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

Carbon BriefAnalysis: What global emissions in 2016 mean for climate change goalsCarbon BriefThis 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 ...and more »

Global Carbon Emissions Plateau For The Third Year In A Row - IFLScience (press release) (blog);

Global Carbon Emissions Plateau For The Third Year In A Row - IFLScience (press release) (blog)

IFLScience (press release) (blog)Global Carbon Emissions Plateau For The Third Year In A RowIFLScience (press release) (blog)Coal-fired power stations, such as Eggborough power station in Yorkshire, have been responsible for significant amounts of carbon emissions. Neil Mitchell/Shutterstock. Advertisment. Josh Davis ...and more »

After Trump Win, Greenpeace Wants China, EU to Lead on Climate Change - Sixth Tone

After Trump Win, Greenpeace Wants China, EU to Lead on Climate ChangeSixth ToneWith U.S. environmental policies uncertain in the wake of last week's election, China could helm efforts to lower global carbon emissions. Li You. Nov 14, 2016. Environmental nongovernmental organization Greenpeace called on China and the EU to step up ...and more »

Is Global Warming Slowing Down? Less Carbon Emissions This Year - iTech Post;

Is Global Warming Slowing Down? Less Carbon Emissions This Year - iTech Post

iTech PostIs Global Warming Slowing Down? Less Carbon Emissions This YeariTech PostPeople are asking, is global warming slowing down? With less carbon emissions this year, many are hoping so. (Photo : Newsy Science/YouTube). One of the biggest concerns of our world is global warming. As people continue to use vehicles and work in ...and more »

Research Shows Global Carbon Emissions Are Actually Slowing Down - VICE;

Research Shows Global Carbon Emissions Are Actually Slowing Down - VICE

VICEResearch Shows Global Carbon Emissions Are Actually Slowing DownVICEWith 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 ...and more »

Climate Protection Advocates Fear a Rollback of Emissions Standards - New York Times;

Climate Protection Advocates Fear a Rollback of Emissions Standards - New York Times

New York TimesClimate Protection Advocates Fear a Rollback of Emissions StandardsNew York TimesAn interstate near San Francisco. Donald J. Trump's vow to undo climate policies may torpedo stricter fuel-efficiency targets. Credit Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Of all the climate policies the Trump administration has promised to undo, auto ...and more »

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

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

MashableHere's some good climate news, but don't get too excitedMashableFrench 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.and more »

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

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

PlanetSave.comGlobal Emissions Flat For Third Year In A RowPlanetSave.comGlobal 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 ...and more »

Worldwide carbon emissions were flat for third year in a row - Engadget;

Worldwide carbon emissions were flat for third year in a row - Engadget

EngadgetWorldwide carbon emissions were flat for third year in a rowEngadgetFor the third year in a row, carbon emissions around the world have remained flat, according to the research group Global Carbon Project. The group revealed its findings in the Global Carbon Budget 2016, which measures how much carbon is emitted by ...and more »

Study: Global carbon emissions continue slow growth - UPI.com;

Study: Global carbon emissions continue slow growth - UPI.com

UPI.comStudy: Global carbon emissions continue slow growthUPI.com"This third year of almost no growth in emissions is unprecedented at a time of strong economic growth," said researcher Corinne Le Quéré. By Brooks Hays | Nov. 14, 2016 at 3:32 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter.and more »