Data featured in ClimateWire


Global carbon dioxide emissions were up 7.4% through the first four months of the year, according to Carbon Monitor, an academic research project that monitors daily CO2 output worldwide.

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Carbon Monitor data featured in Le Monde


Data from Carbon Monitor and the Global carbon Project shown to explain the emissions drop and quick restart in 2020

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Data featured in New York Times


According to figures from Carbon Monitor, an international initiative that provides estimates of daily CO2 emissions, worldwide emissions from aviation fell by nearly 50 percent last year — to around 500 million metric tons of CO2, down from around 1 billion metric tons in 2019

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Carbon Monitor : data update


US data update based on our latest state-level estimation. The US state-level data and methods will be released soon.

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Carbon Monitor : data release


Carbon Monitor official data release with countries and sectors changes up to December 31st 2020.

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Highlighted again in Nature


A new highlight in Nature of the Carbon Monitor data, explaining how emissions have changed during the entire year 2020

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On the smaller impact of second wave on emissions


New research led by Yilong Wang shows that despite high cases new lockdowns in Europe, traffic emissions were little affected during the second wave. It proves that stringency index is not a robust proxy of emissions reductions through the entire year.

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New publication on carbon abatement in Spain using Carbon Monitor data


Natalia Fabra at Universidad Carlos III in Madrid and co-workers analyzed degrowth versus decoupling competing strategies for carbon abatement in Spain using Carbon Monitor data, in this working paper

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Science Advances - drop and rebound of China's emissions


Bo Zheng and co-workers combined Carbon Monitor and satellite NO2 observations to analyze the drop and rebound of industrial CO2 emissions in different provinces of China

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New publication from NASA with Carbon Monitor data


Brad Weir at NASA and co-workers submitted paper on regional Impacts of COVID-19 on carbon dioxide detected worldwide from space using Carbon Monitor data

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