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Map of Countries' Emissions, Pledges

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The AP Climate Pool kept us well informed over the http://www.drk-dillenburg.de/online-cheap-levitra course of the COP15 negotiations.  Part of that great coverage is contained in this interactive map of the participating nations' current emissions and buy cheap cialis online the reductions they've pledged to make. You can find plenty of articles analyzing what was accomplished (or not accomplished) over the last two weeks, but this map quickly lays out the current emissions trends around the world.

Some of the interesting things revealed by this map are the huge percentage increase in emissions by China (136.2 percent) - close to triple that of generic companies sale tramadol number two Turkey (58.8 percent) - and the nice size reduction in emissions by Russia since 1990 (23.8 percent).  The U.S. has actually seen a decline in emissions of 1.8 percent, but we're still the largest emitter per capita, so that's not saying much, which also makes our pledge of a 17 percent reduction less than adequate.

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this is www.kachinwomen.com for just co2 emissions.
written by bigspud, December 21, 2009
where are water vapour and methane?
looks like more data cherry picking.
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Q: Which country does China's carbon come from?
written by Ohuni, December 21, 2009
A: Australia.
Australia is the brand cialis without prescription buy world's largest exporter of coal by far. Australia supplies coal and gas to best place cialis China (as well as Korea and Japan and others),
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written by EV, December 22, 2009
The U.S. has actually seen a decline in emissions of 1.8 percent, but we're still the largest emitter per capita,

No, we're not. Under the 2006 data, the US #9. Qatar is #1. Can people please stop repeating this BS?
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written by darius, December 22, 2009
Glad to see the US leading all the nations in the reductions
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Just a thought...
written by Fr. Peter, December 23, 2009
...If a product is made in China, by a company based in Singapore, using Australian coal, for a company in the UK, and then exported to end users in the US, then which country should own the emissions?

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