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Global warming: carbon dioxide emissions worldwide fell in 2009

CO2 emissions fell in 2009 due to the global recession, but don’t cheer yet.  Europe, the U.S., and Japan curbed their emissions, but China’s and India’s rose.  La Nina raised CO2 uptake, but ocean and land sinks can’t keep up with emissions.  GR

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