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China’s Carbon Emissions Might Have Peaked, Study Says

China’s Carbon Emissions Might Have Peaked, Study Says

China’s carbon dioxide emissions peaked in 2013 and have decreased year-on-year since then, a new study in Nature Geoscience concluded. The research team found that the decline is likely to be sustained if emerging industrial and energy system transitions in the country continue.

Can Your Company Consume Clean Energy and Still Compete Globally?

Is there is a correlation between economic growth and the rate of growth in greenhouse gas emissions? If the current presidential campaign is the benchmark, one would suspect a close link. But, at least for the last two years, those heat-trapping releases are stable while global economic growth is on … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Court Blocks Biofuel Target, Barge Leaks into Mississippi

A US federal court struck down a 2012 Renewable Fuel Standard target for refiner use of cellulosic biofuels, but upheld the government’s goal for use of other advanced fuels. The American Petroleum Institute had filed a lawsuit against the EPA for its 2012 target requiring refiners to mix 8.65 million … Read more »

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