Global CO2 Emission from Fossil Fuel increased by 2.7% in 2018 compared to 2017

The governments which thought their decisions were making the change in the global CO2 emission, were the pioneers of releasing it. Only in 2017, China, India, and the U.S nearly entered half of the total released CO2  to the Earth’s atmosphere.

For instance, emissions increased in the US in 2018— 2.5% increase between 2017 and 2018—in part due to weather (greater heating and cooling demands) and increased in coal & oil used according to World Resource Institute.

The story goes from bad to worse if you know that the global cumulative solar PV capacity reached 505 GW at the end of 2018 which avoided releasing 298 Million ton (Mt) CO2. This is only 0.8%, less than 1%, of emitted CO2 from burning fossil fuel in 2018, 37100 Mt.

It is important to note that the global cumulative solar PV capacity has been achieved after several decades of installation. Therefore, environmental concerns, climate change & global warming, are more serious problems than that of we think.

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Source of Information:@globalcarbonatlas & @Solar_Edition

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