Global Carbon Emissions Reached New High In 2018, Scientists Say - HuffPostGlobal carbon emissions are expected to reach a record high this year, dashing hopes that such pollution could finally be coming to a standstill, according to an annual report released Wednesday. The report by the Global Carbon Project, which comes as ...-- https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/global-carbon-emissions-record-high_us_5c081770e4b0bf813ef38742

A Global Climate Summit Is Surrounded By All Things Coal - WIRED A Global Climate Summit Is Surrounded By All Things Coal

This week's climate talks in Katowice, Poland, are taking place in a region that is not at all prepared to quit its coal addiction.

WIRED

Global Carbon Emissions Reached New High In 2018, Scientists Say - HuffPost

China, India and the U.S. rank among the biggest contributors to the problem.

HuffPost

Column: Carbon markets could make the Paris climate deal more effective - PBS NewsHour Column: Carbon markets could make the Paris climate deal more effective

Cooperative systems, such as carbon markets, could encourage countries to set more ambitious goals for reducing climate change, writes economist Robert Stavins.

PBS NewsHour

Katowice COP24 Notebook: 'Ill-thought out' taxes fuel protest - Reuters

Talks billed as the most important U.N. conference since the Paris 2015 deal on climate change have begun in the Polish city of Katowice, the capital of the Silesian mining district.

Reuters

The costs of not following global climate change agreements are already compounding - GreenBiz The costs of not following global climate change agreements are

The next two years are critical for the Paris climate deal's survival. Here's why.

GreenBiz

Carbon Dioxide Emissions To Reach All-Time High This Year [Infographic] - Forbes Carbon Dioxide Emissions To Reach All-Time High This Year [Infographic]

Global CO2 emissions are forecast to increase 2.7% this year, primarily due to a booming automobile market and a rise in coal usage in China.

Forbes

India 4th highest emitter of CO2: Study - Economic Times

The top four emitters in 2017, which covered 58 per cent of global emissions were China, the US , the European Union and India. Rest of the world contributed 41 per cent.

Economic Times

UK and US 'not paying fair share' towards tackling climate change, report finds - The Independent UK and US ‘not paying fair share’ towards tackling climate change, report finds

Rich countries are not pulling their weight in the fight against climate change, and must provide emergency finance to support a global green transition, environmental groups have warned.

The Independent

World hits another alarming carbon emissions mark - CBS News World hits another alarming carbon emissions mark

Just two years ago, there was cause for cautious optimism

CBS News

Global carbon pollution up sharply in 2018; 'This is terrible news' - MarketWatch

After several years of little growth, global emissions of heat-trapping carbon dioxide experienced their largest jump in seven years, discouraging scientists.

MarketWatch