Future of the Environment

These countries are paving the way to a zero-carbon future

A wind turbine turns in front of a 1951 megawatt fossil fuel power plant in Charlestown, Massachusetts Image: REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Pep Canadell

Executive Director, CSIRO

Corinne Le Quéré

Professor, Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research, University of East Anglia

Glen Peters

Senior Researcher, Center for International Climate and Environment Research - Oslo

Robbie Andrew

Senior Researcher, Center for International Climate and Environment Research - Oslo

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Changes in CO2 emissions from fossil fuel combustion for 18 countries with declining emissions during 2005-2015. Countries are ordered by how soon their emissions peaked and began to decline. Image: Le Quéré et al. Nature Climate Change (2019) based on data from the International Energy Agency @IEA/OECD

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