"Global Carbon Dioxide Emissions Climb as Economy Recovers"

"EXETER, UK -- Global emissions of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide are likely to reach record levels in 2010, according to research led by the University of Exeter, published today in the journal "Nature Geoscience." The 2009 drop in emissions due to the global financial crisis will be more than offset by renewed growth in fossil fuel burning in 2010.

The study, which also involved the University of East Anglia, Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, CSIRO, and other institutions, is part of the annual carbon budget update by the Global Carbon Project."

Environment News Service had the story November 22, 2010.


"Rich Nations Fail to Keep Copenhagen Climate Funding Promise" (ENS)

Source: ENS, 11/23/2010