OECD Energy Rose As Consumption And Emissions Fell

By Joshua S Hill New figures have shown further decoupling of OECD countries’ economic growth from carbon emissions, as energy production rose but consumption and emissions fell. In fact, energy production for the 34 countries within the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development rose 4% to a record high of 4,147 Million tonnes of oil equivalent (Mtoe), exceeding 4,000 Mtoe for the [&hellip
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