The International Energy Agency announced today that, for the first time in 40 years, carbon dioxide emissions flatlined despite global economy growth.
By Anna Sillers
As nations move forward with managing carbon dioxide emissions, how will they track their progress? The answer comes in part from a global network of CO2 sampling sites that was born decades ago at Mauna Loa in Hawaii.
By Larisa Epatko
Question/Comment: Much has been said about the potential costs to the oil and auto industries regarding global warming/CO2 greenhouse gas tailpipe and smokestack emissions. Perhaps overlooked is the detrimental effects the carbonated beverage industries would suffer, if the people concerned…
By Business Desk
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