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Global carbon emissions growth slows, but hits record high

Science Daily Wednesday, 4 December 2019
Coal use is down dramatically in the United States and the European Union, and renewable energy is gaining traction. But rising natural gas and oil use in 2019 increased the world's carbon dioxide emissions modestly for a third straight year.
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Global greenhouse gas emissions up 0.6% from last year.

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