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Growth In Global Carbon Emissions Slowed In 2019 - Report

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By Reuters

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MADRID, SPAIN (DECEMBER 4, 2019)(REUTERS) SCREEN SHOWING GRAPH/PANEL OF EXPERTS SPEAKING TO AUDIENCE VARIOUS OF RESEARCH DIRECTOR OF CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE RESEARCH, GLEN PETERS, SPEAKING TO AUDIENCE SCREEN SHOWING GRAPH PETERS SPEAKING TO JOURNALIST (SOUNDBITE)(English) RESEARCH DIRECTOR OF CENTER FOR INTERNATIONAL CLIMATE RESEARCH, GLEN PETERS, SAYING: "So this year we found that global carbon dioxide emissions went up around 0.6 percent which is a little bit slower than the trend in the last decade but still, emissions are going up. There's a few factors behind that. Some related to a weaker economy and some related to weather events and some to climate policy. We do see coal power generation and coal use starting to go up and down a little bit, which is nice and good news that it went down slightly this year, we expect. But on the other side we have strong growth in oil use and strong growth in natural gas. It is actually natural gas that is really driving up emission up in the last decade."
Dateline: 2019

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