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Carbon emissions fall as electricity producers move away from coal
by Jillian Ambrose and Simon Goodley
The Guardian Translate This Article
21 March 2020
On 21 March 2020 The Guardian reported:
Carbon emissions from the global electricity system fell by 2 percent last year, the biggest drop in almost 30 years, as countries began to turn their backs on coal-fired power plants. A new report on the world's electricity generation revealed the steepest cut in carbon emissions since 1990 as the US and the EU turned to cleaner energy sources.
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Coal generation in the US and Europe has halved since 2007, and last year collapsed by almost a quarter in the EU and by 16 percent in the US.
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