BP: Global carbon emissions flat for third year in a row

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BP: Global carbon emissions flat for third year in a row

Annual statistical review highlights continued rapid expansion of renewables as coal use falls sharply

Global carbon emissions remained flat for the third consecutive year during 2016, as a sharp fall in coal use, rapid growth in renewables, and energy efficiency improvements all combined to hold down emissions...

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