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Chinese Emissions Soar.  But per Capita Emission Rates Lag Far Behind US.  (December 1998)


US Emissions Rise Sharply.  Two government reports show persistent trends.  (October 1998)


Industrialized Countries Allow Emissions to Rise (December 1997)


US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Up 3.4% in 1996 (December 1996)


US Study Foresees Big Rise in Global CO2 Emissions.  Growth dominated by increased fossil fuel use in less developed countries.  (September 1997)


Pedal to the Metal- Americans Drive up Carbon Emissions.  (September 1997)
US Energy-Related Carbon Emissions, 1985-2015.  (September 1997)


US Greenhouse Gas Emissions Continued to Rise in 1994.  Energy Information Administration releases latest data.  (October 1995)


Carbon Emissions Likely to Exceed Targets for 2000.  (July 1995)


Carbon Emissions Soar from Indonesian Fires (December 1997)


Wildfires Spark Carbon Losses from Boreal Forests.  Forests in 1980s were major source of Canadian CO2 .  (October 1995)