China and UK lead record falls in global carbon intensity

Global carbon intensity fell by a record 2.8% in 2015 on the back of reduced coal use in some emerging economies, with China first and the UK second in PwC’s ranking of the G20 countries’ carbon intensity

by Susanna Ala-Kurikka
Energy / Pollution / Climate: Thermal power plant stack and cooling towers (photograph: Daniel Oertelt/123RF)
Energy / Pollution / Climate: Thermal power plant stack and cooling towers (photograph: Daniel Oertelt/123RF)

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