Report: G20 energy emissions set to rise in 2021 after pandemic slump

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Coal consumption looks set to rise in 2021 despite record year of solar and wind capacity installations
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Coal consumption looks set to rise in 2021 despite record year of solar and wind capacity installations

Climate Transparency report projects energy-related CO2 emissions could rise by four per cent this year across G20 nations

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions are set to rebound across the world's biggest economies after a short period of pandemic-driven decline last year, with coal consumption looking set for growth in...

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