Surprising new statistics show that the world economy is expanding while global carbon emissions remain at the same level. Is it possible that the elusive “decoupling” of emissions and economic growth could be happening?
Articles: greenhouse gas emissions (32)
Old coal plants are increasingly lying dormant, yet new ones keep getting built, according to a new report.
It can be difficult to form a view of what’s really going on in our atmosphere, given the amount of information and of contradictory claims.
In the wake of the Paris climate agreement, developing countries find themselves in need of analysts capable of monitoring their emissions.
The projections that had been circulating during the past few months turned out to be correct. Now, it is official: the global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions peaked in 2014 and went down in 2015. And this could be a momentous change.
A new study of the recent methane leak in Aliso Canyon, California confirms that it was the largest methane leak in US history.
I know that some readers of this blog get bored by my engagements with the ecomodernists, whereas others find them interesting. So I’m going to try to keep everyone happy.
The Paris climate conference is really an economic conference, perched on the brink of a market crash in the fossil fuel sector.
The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) announced today that 2015 is likely to top the charts as the hottest year in modern observations, with 2011-15 the hottest five-year period on record.
This singular thought, that climate change can stir dangerous human conflict, is gaining salience across much of the world.