'Another warning': IEA warns five year decline in industrial economies' emissions has ground to a halt

James Murray
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'Another warning': IEA warns five year decline in industrial economies' emissions has ground to a halt

Agency warns there will be an uptick in greenhouse gas emissions this year from industrialised and developing economies alike

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has this week released another stark warning on the scale of the global climate crisis, warning that the recent progress made by industrialised nations in cutting...

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