Before 2005, US carbon emissions were marching upwards year after year, with little sign of slowing down. After this point, they fell quickly,... Read More
Around 22% of global CO2 emissions stem from the production of goods that are, ultimately, consumed in a different country. However, traditional... Read More
This is a guest article by Dr Wenju Cai, from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation in Australia, and Ke Li from the... Read More
This is a guest post by Dr Jan Ivar Korsbakken and Dr Glen Peters, who are both senior researchers in climate economics at CICERO Center for... Read More
Wu Lixin is the deputy director of the Coal Strategic Planning Research Institute in Beijing. It is a new department of the China Coal Research... Read More
Taxes on gasoline effectively reduce CO2 emissions, yet they are lower now than they were 13 years ago, finds a new study. ... Read More
The US is working harder to reduce its emissions than China, according to research published in Nature Climate Change, while India is making more... Read More
Some 33 US states have cut CO2 emissions while growing their economies over the past 15 years, according to new analysis from the Brookings... Read More
The door will close on the 1.5C warming limit unless countries raise their ambition before 2020, says the UN Environment Program (UNEP). ... Read More
The UN's climate body, which was responsible for the Paris Agreement adopted in December 2015, has long been collecting detailed data on greenhouse... Read More
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