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Global oil demand, CO2 emissions likely peaked in 2019: Energy consultancy
Global oil demand and carbon dioxide emissions probably peaked in 2019 as the COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting impact on both, energy consultancy DNV GL said on Wednesday.
Global oil demand, CO2 emissions likely peaked in 2019: Energy consultancy
Global oil demand and carbon dioxide emissions probably peaked in 2019 as the COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting impact on both, energy consultancy DNV GL said on Wednesday.
Deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if global emissions decline
The deep ocean will be warming rapidly by 2050 even if dramatic reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions were to happen today.
Global CO2 emissions to drop 4-7% in 2020, but will it matter?
Population confinement has led to drastic changes in energy use and CO2 emissions.
Australia to back carbon capture to help cut emissions
Australia’s conservative government on Tuesday agreed to push forward legislation that would allow carbon capture and storage projects to be backed by its Climate Solutions Fund and provide credits to big polluters that cut their emissions intensity.
World's biggest wealth fund blacklists four Canadian firms for greenhouse emissions
The Norwegian central bank on Wednesday excluded four Canadian oil and gas companies from its $1-trillion wealth fund, the world’s largest, for producing too much greenhouse gas emissions, its first use of carbon emissions as a criterion to blacklist firms.
Japan's 2018/19 greenhouse emissions fall 3.9% to record low
Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.9 percent to a record low in the year ended March 2019, government figures showed on Tuesday, thanks to wider use of renewable energy, the gradual return of nuclear power and lower energy demand due to warmer winter.
Coronavirus could trigger biggest fall in carbon emissions since World War Two
Carbon dioxide emissions could fall by the largest amount since World War Two this year as the coronavirus outbreak brings economies to a virtual standstill, according to the chair of a network of scientists providing benchmark emissions data.
Global CO2 emissions from power sector fell two percent last year: Study
Global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the power sector fell by two percent last year, the biggest fall since at least 1990, owing to reduced coal usage in Europe and the United States, a study showed on Monday.
UK ministers doing little towards 2050 emissions target, say top scientists
Expanding Heathrow airport is unlikely to be compatible with the UK’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, leading scientists have said, adding that government policies are lacking in many other key areas from home insulation and transport to carbon capturing.
IEA warns oil companies doing nothing on emissions is not an option
Oil and gas companies must boost investment in low carbon energies or face an increasing backlash that could threaten their long-term profits and social acceptance, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Monday.
Landmark ruling that Holland must cut emissions to protect citizens from climate change upheld by Supreme Court
The highest court in the Netherlands has upheld a landmark ruling that defines protection from the devastation of climate change as a human right and requires the government to set more ambitious targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions as a result.
Air quality tests need simplifying to help reduce dangerous emissions
New methods of testing and simulating air quality should be considered in order to help policy makers have a more accurate understanding of how emissions affect air pollution levels, new research suggests.
Denmark adopts climate law to cut emissions 70% by 2030
Denmark’s parliament adopted a new climate law, committing to reach 70 percent below its 1990 emissions in the next eleven years.
Global carbon emissions growth slows, but hits record high
The runaway train that is climate change is about to blow past another milestone: Global fossil-fuel carbon dioxide emissions will reach yet another record high. Driven by rising natural gas and oil consumption, levels of CO2 are expected to hit 37 billion tons this year, according to new estimates from the Global Carbon Project, an initiative led by Stanford University scientist Rob Jackson.

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