Climate report reflects rising emissions but some improvement

IN A NEW CLIMATE REPORT, it was found that global economies are growing at a much faster rate than their greenhouse gas emissions, however, the report still found that emissions are projected to rise 2.7 percent in 2018. / BLOOMBERG NEWS/CARLA GOTTGENS
IN A NEW CLIMATE REPORT, it was found that global economies are growing at a much faster rate than their greenhouse gas emissions. However, the report still found that global emissions are projected to rise 2.7 percent in 2018. / BLOOMBERG NEWS/CARLA GOTTGENS
NEW YORK - Climate scientists have some good news, for a change. Global economies are growing at a much faster rate than their greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Global Carbon Project, an international scientific collaboration. Nineteen countries, including the United States and the United Kingdom, have seen a decade of economic growth and lower carbon dioxide emissions.…

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