Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will rise in 2018 with a new record from fossil fuels and industry for the second consecutive year, a leading scientific study released in this Polish city on Wednesday said, naming India and China among the top 10 emitters for the rise in coal consumption.
The emissions are projected to increase by more than two per cent to a new record, mainly due to sustained growth in oil and gas use, the study said.
The projection by the Global Carbon Project estimates that CO2 emissions will rise a projected 2.7 per cent, with an uncertainty range between 1.8 per cent and 3.7 per cent.
Carbon emissions grew by 1.6 per cent in 2017 after a three year break. Read More
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