Gas flaring emissions jumped in 2023 to blow the IEA’s net-zero scenario off track

Published 17:41 on June 20, 2024  /  Last updated at 17:41 on June 20, 2024  / Paddy Gourlay /  International, US

Four countries let gas flaring increase last year, pushing global volumes to the highest level since 2019 and adding an extra 23 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent to the atmosphere.
Four countries let gas flaring increase last year, pushing global volumes to the highest level since 2019 and adding an extra 23 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent to the atmosphere.


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