Emissions Keep Rising Despite Clean Power Gains

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Renewable electricity continued to make strong gains last year, but further growth in the consumption of fossil fuels caused global CO2 emissions to rise, according to the latest edition of the Statistical Review of World Energy.

CO2 Emissions, Forecasts, Macroeconomics , Policy and Regulation, Low-Carbon Policy
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