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In 2013 global CO2 emissions exceed 35 billion tonnes for the first time, CO2 emissions, IWR, Renewable Energy Institute, carbon dioxide, global

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Wissenschaftlicher Beirat der Bundesregierung Globale Umweltveränderungen (WBGU), Study on car subsidy schemes, China burns much more coal than reported, Juli 2015 weltweit heißester Monat, July 2015 was warmest month ever recorded for the globe, An international team of researchers gains new insights into arctic permafrost, Global Carbon Emissions to Reach New Record Level, Europe’s Dirty 30, Cabinet adopts CCS act, Parliament backs law to cut car CO2 emissions Plenary Session, CO2 reaches tops 400 ppm, Environment Committee CO2 emissions: cleaner vans by 2020, World record set in renewable energy investments, Tropical coral reefs lose two thirds of their zooplankton through ocean acidification, Report: Trends in Global CO2 Emissions 2012, Scientists analyse the extent of ocean acidification, MEPs want binding 2030 goals for CO2 emissions, renewables and energy efficiency, 2010 Emissions down by 25 percent over 1990 levels, Drought Sensitivity of the Amazon Rainforest, Dutch Parliament votes to close down country's coal industry, Emissions trading: 9.4 percent lower CO2 emissions in 2009, Klima 2008 / Climate 2008 - Die weltweite CO2-freundliche wissenschaftliche Klimakonferenz, Climate 2008 / Klima 2008 - The world's C02-friendly Scientific Climate Conference, Global emissions of greenhouse gases have reached another new all-time high, UBA emissions data for 2015 published, NASA Launches Carbon Mission to Watch Earth Breathe, EU agreed to new climate rules for cars, Weltweiter CO2-Ausstoß steigt 2013 erstmals auf über 35 Milliarden Tonnen, Productivity of land plants may be greater than previously thought, First-time research of power plant carbon dioxide in geological storage, World's first eHighway opens in Sweden, Monitoring the CO2 emissions from new passenger cars in the EU: data for the year 2008, Energy efficiency measures for international shipping adopted, CO2 concentrations top 400 parts per million throughout northern hemisphere, Agreement over CO2 limit values for passenger cars, Carbon dioxide concentrations reach 410 ppm