Comparing Global CO2 Emissions From Fossil Fuels in 2017 and in 2015

We want to show which countries are really active in reducing their CO2 emissions. To do so, let’s compare the amount of CO2 emissions released by countries in 2017 with 2015. These goals & obligations were set during the Paris Agreement in 2015.

During these three years, the state of India as the second-largest coal producer did not change while the state of the other giant of producer and consumer of coal, United States, got worse. For the third year in a row, the number of coal-fired power plants under development worldwide dropped steeply in 2018, according to a report released by Global Energy Monitor, Greenpeace India, and the Sierra Club. 

This reduction left its mark on the state of China that they cut their emissions by 2.3% over the period of time. It also notices that China approximately supplied 70% of its energy demand from coal-fired power plants 

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