Growth in global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions expected to slow | U.S. Energy Information Administration
With the latest round of international climate negotiations taking place in Germany, the U.S. Energy Information Administration is being topical and effectively leveraging its data sets by posting to the home page of its website today its latest projections on carbon dioxide emissions. EIA's recent International Energy Outlook projects that energy-related growth in global carbon dioxide emissions will slow despite increasing energy consumption. The projected growth will come entirely from countries that are not among the 35 members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (the United States is an OECD member, of course). There are some notable shifts in nations' respective fuel mixes touched upon in the report.
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