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‘Profound shifts’ underway in energy system, says IEA World Energy Outlook

The world’s CO2 emissions are set to continue rising for decades unless there is greater ambition on climate change, despite the “profound... Read More

Energy | Nov 13. 2019.
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Analysis: India’s CO2 emissions growth poised to slow sharply in 2019

Lauri Myllyvirta is an energy and air pollution analyst covering air pollution and fossil-fuel trends globally. Sunil Dahiya is an analyst with... Read More

Rest of world emissions | Oct 24. 2019.
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Europe’s carbon-rich peatlands show ‘widespread’ and ‘concerning’ drying trends

European peatlands could turn from carbon sinks to sources as a quarter have reached levels of dryness unsurpassed in a record stretching back 2,000... Read More

Food and farming | Oct 21. 2019.
Offshore windfarm near Seaton Carew beach, County Durham, UK. Credit: Islandstock / Alamy Stock Photo. PYWFWF

Analysis: UK renewables generate more electricity than fossil fuels for first time

In the third quarter of 2019, the UK’s windfarms, solar panels, biomass and hydro plants generated more electricity than the combined output from... Read More

Renewables | Oct 14. 2019.

The Carbon Brief Profile: Canada

In the latest article in a series on how some of the world’s key emitters are responding to climate change, Carbon Brief considers Canada’s... Read More

Country profiles | Oct 8. 2019.
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Cutting air pollution would not cause ‘near-term spike’ in global warming

A reduction in air pollution brought about by shifting away from fossil fuels would not inadvertently cause a short-term acceleration of global... Read More

GHGs and aerosols | Sep 18. 2019.
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Highlights: The net-zero climate change conference in Oxford

This week, the city of Oxford played host to an international conference on “achieving net-zero”. The event follows hot on the heels of the UK... Read More

Emissions | Sep 12. 2019.
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Guest post: Why China’s CO2 emissions grew 4% during first half of 2019

Lauri Myllyvirta is an analyst covering air quality and energy trends in China. ... Read More

Guest posts | Sep 5. 2019.
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