A new report says global CO2 emissions have dramatically increased since 1990.
The European Commission reports that global emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) increased by 45% between 1990 and 2010, and reached an all-time high of 33 billion tons in 2010.
Increased energy efficiency, nuclear energy and the growing contribution of renewable energy are not compensating for the globally increasing demand for power and transport, which is strongest in developing countries.
But as Climategate’s Phil Jones pointed out, there’s been no statistically significant global warming since 1995.
So where’s the warming? Oh yeah, the ocean ate it.