Climate Change

The decoupling of emissions and growth is underway. These 5 charts show how

The global aggregate masks great diversity in the country-levels details. Image: REUTERS/Tim Winbourne

Cassie Werber

Writer, Quartz Africa

Jason Karaian

Senior Europe Correspondent, Quartz

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 Denmark: Growth in GDP and CO2 emissions since 1990
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 Growth in GDP and CO2 emissions since 1990
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 USA: Growth in GDP and CO2 emissions since 1990
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 China: Growth in GDP and CO2 emissions since 1990
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 Growth in GDP and CO2 emissions since 1990
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