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Transparency: The Change in Carbon Emissions

As the world gets closer to the COP15 Climate Change conference, it's important to look at from where the emissions around the world are...

As the world gets closer to the COP15 Climate Change conference, it's important to look at from where the emissions around the world are coming. In the last year, some countries have started to clean up their act, while other countries continue to pump out carbon dioxide. Our latest Transparency is a look at the five highest emitters in each region of the world as of 2007 and whether they have increased or decreased both their total emissions in the from 2006 to 2007 and their ranking on the list of biggest emitters.A collaboration between GOOD and Lamosca.


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