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Have Industrialized Countries Reduced Their CO2 Emissions Since 1990?

via PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency:

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Between 1990 and 2012, the global share of CO2 emissions from industrialized countries fell from 69% to 41%. At the same time, the share from developing countries is rapidly rising.

We created this animation from an excellent interactive data visualization by PBL that asks “Are Global CO2 Emissions Still Rising?" - it’s really worth checking out.

Data from various sources including The UN, The World Bank, The IMF.

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