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Slowdown in 2014 is attributed to lack of growth in Chinese coal use and signals new period of slower rises in world emissions, say experts

Slowdown in 2014 is attributed to lack of growth in Chinese coal use and signals new period of slower rises in world emissions, say experts

China mulls new coal curbs that would limit emissions but dent commodity demand

Unidentified emissions from a coal-fired power plant escape into the air in Taiyuan, Shanxi, China. Photo by Getty Images.

Methane emissions from Hunter coal mines go sky high

More needed to be done to monitor and reduce the greenhouse gas emissions from Hunter coal mines, the authors of a study on methane emissions have found.

Methane emissions from coal mines key to climate fight

Methane emissions from coal mines are a huge source of greenhouse gas emissions, says Sindicatum Sustainable Resources' David Creedy.

Next #DAPL? -- Coal’s Last Gamble: A choking industry bets on one more big score

Coal’s Last Gamble: A choking industry bets on one more big score

Next #DAPL? -- Coal’s Last Gamble: A choking industry bets on one more big score

Melting Arctic sea ice accelerates methane emissions

Methane emissions from Arctic tundra increase when sea ice melts, according to a new study. This connection has been suspected before, but has lacked strong evidence until now.

Analyzing the IPCC Report: 6 Things You Need to Know About Reducing Emissions  A comprehensice list of emission reduction information for those on the outskirts of understanding emissions and their impacts.

Analyzing the IPCC Report: 6 Things You Need to Know About Reducing Emissions A comprehensice list of emission reduction information for those on the outskirts of understanding emissions and their impacts.

Oil and Coal Must Be Phased Out Entirely by 2050 to Stop Catastrophic Warming Written by Stephen Leahy

Oil and Coal Must Be Phased Out Entirely by 2050 to Stop Catastrophic Warming

A striking new analysis of the latest climate science says the world must 'decarbonize' by 2050 or face disaster.

Exposed: The Climate Fallacy of 2100

If we do not plan, now, to limit carbon emissions beyond this century, we will foolishly raise the oceans dramatically for thousands of years

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