Global warming emissions? worser than worse.
Washington post’s Wonkblog post.
One of the small consolations of the Great Recessions was that global  greenhouse-gas emissions had dipped slightly, giving the world a few  years’ breathing room to figure out how to tackle global warming. But  the Copenhagen climate talks fizzled, the world didn’t take advantage of  the lull, and the grace period’s now over. According to new data from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Lab, global  carbon-dioxide emissions just saw their biggest one-year rise, a 6  percent jump in 2010.

Global warming emissions? worser than worse.

Washington post’s Wonkblog post.

  • One of the small consolations of the Great Recessions was that global greenhouse-gas emissions had dipped slightly, giving the world a few years’ breathing room to figure out how to tackle global warming. But the Copenhagen climate talks fizzled, the world didn’t take advantage of the lull, and the grace period’s now over. According to new data from the Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Lab, global carbon-dioxide emissions just saw their biggest one-year rise, a 6 percent jump in 2010.