David Vetter, on Forbes, writes on growing emissions trends.
- According to a new study by Ember, an energy think-tank, global emissions have now exceeded pre-pandemic levels.
- The main culprit of this spike in emissions is increased coal usage, particularly in Asia.
- The study also found that nations are doing a poor job at reducing emissions and sticking to climate commitments.
- With rising emissions and global energy demand still growing, the United States should export its clean technologies and innovations to the rest of the developing world – doing so would benefit the environment and increase human prosperity.
Read the full article here.