Slowdown in US energy emission cut incompatible with Paris goal -report

Published 19:41 on April 2, 2018  /  Last updated at 03:28 on April 4, 2018  /  Americas, International, US  /  No Comments

The decline of US energy-related CO2 emissions slowed in 2017 due to a rise in output from the transportation and industrial sectors, a pace at which the country will fall short of its Paris target, according to analysis from researchers Rhodium Group.

The decline of US energy-related CO2 emissions slowed in 2017 due to a rise in output from the transportation and industrial sectors, a pace at which the country will fall short of its Paris target, according to analysis from researchers Rhodium Group.

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