Tag Archives: carbon emissions

Out of Proportion: US Carbon Emissions

How does the U.S. CO2 output compare to its population share?

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Emissions Control and Electric Cars in 2020

The short-term prospects for electrification of light passenger vehicles globally are still small.

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A Carbon Cost: Germany’s Energy Transformation

Germany is not on target to meet 2020 emissions targets, due in part to the setback of rapid denuclearization.

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French Emissions: Nuclear Limitations

Will France be able to maintain its low carbon emissions going forward?

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China’s Carbon Emissions: Still Rising Fast

Even on a per person basis, the outlook on Chinese decarbonization is bad.

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Meet the Old Energy World’s Kings

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Participants at the 2016 World Energy Congress in Istanbul pretended that the world of energy will not – cannot – change.

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Can China Slow and Reverse its Carbon Output?

The world’s largest source of CO2 emissions finds slow going in cleaning up energy.

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India: Emerging Emissions

India formally joined the Paris agreement on climate change on October 2, 2016.

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A U.S. Carbon Transition?

What factors have helped the United States reduce its per capita emissions?

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Paris Climate Talks Need to Focus on Innovation

Only when the unsubsidized cost of clean energy is cheaper than fossil fuels will nations switch en masse.

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