carbon emissions

Countries Carbon Footprint

Countries Carbon Footprint

Poorer countries overtake rich world’s consumption carbon footprint The financial crisis of 2009 saw the developing world’s carbon emissions from consumption shoot past the developed world’s years earlier than expected, new research shows The carbon footprint from consumption in the developing world has overtaken that of the developed world, according to research published on...

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Climate Change Trends

Climate Change Trends

Climate Change Trends: Carbon Emissions Giants Right now, 10 countries β€” including the U.S., China and Russia β€” are responsible for 80 percent of the world’s carbon dioxide emissions. The United States is the world’s second largest emitter (China ranks no. 1), sending around 5.8 million metric tons of CO2 into the atmosphere a year. That’s the equivalent to a year’s...

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Flainox targets carbon emissions

Flainox is showing its new Universal NRG garment rotary dye extractor, for which it has calculated the full lifetime CO2 impact. It claims the user can cut greenhouse gas emissions by 29%, representing a saving of $1.6 million over the typical 15-year lifespan of the machine. The Italian company, in Hall W5, Stand C70, says the carbon footprint of the new machine has been investigated over its...

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