Global emissions plateaued to 33 billion tons in 2019, according to a new International Energy Agency report. This positive development—which came on the heels of two years of emission increases—was largely driven by a switch to natural gas in advanced economies. Meanwhile, the report also indicates the vast opportunities that still exist for natural gas to drive emissions reductions around the world.
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