Global coal decline leads to fall in CO2 emissions from power sector, research suggests

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CO2 from the global power sector fell by the highest level in three decades last year, but the shift towards clean energy sources is still far too slow, research suggests

Carbon emissions from the global power sector fell by two per cent in 2019, the biggest fall since at least 1990, and yet the goals set by the Paris Agreement remain at risk of being missed by a huge margin...

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