Big Fossil: Links for September 2019

Emissions: Past, present and no future

Carbon Dioxide | Vital Signs – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Cement is a huge greenhouse gas emitter — investors want to change that - CBS News

Changes in hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) emissions in China during 2011‐2017 - Fang - - Geophysical Research Letters - Wiley Online Library

Chevron starts burying CO2 off Australia at huge Gorgon storage project - Reuters

Ditch your air-conditioning. You'll be fine | Franklin Schneider | Opinion | The Guardian

Essential AI: Top business groups call for creation of International Centre for AI, Energy and Climate

First Data from NASA's OCO-3 Mission: 'CO2, I See You' – Climate Change: Vital Signs of the Planet

Flat-packed cities: wooden skyscrapers sprout over concrete concerns | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific

How much CO2 your country can still emit, in three simple steps « RealClimate

Is 2019 the year flying became uncool? | News | Eco-Business | Asia Pacific

LafargeHolcim is selling CO2-sucking cement for precast, reduces emissions by 70 percent | TreeHugger

Land use mediated GHG emissions and spillovers from increased bioplastic consumption - IOPscience

Solar power costs plummet across South Asia and the Pacific - Axios

Study: Electric scooters aren’t as good for the environment as you think - Vox

Why climate change is so hard to tackle: Our stubborn energy system - Axios

Yes, we can reforest on a massive scale - but it's no substitute for slashing emissions

Methane emissions

Author Correction: Methane emissions from groundwater pumping in the USA | npj Climate and Atmospheric Science

Fracking in U.S. And Canada Linked to Worldwide Atmospheric Methane Spike

Methane emissions spike: natural gas production, fracking and agriculture – is one the main culprit?

Photo Attributions

Cleaner technologies: Photo by: Marufish

Emissions: Photo by: Michael Elleray

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Oil: Photo by: liquidcrash

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