Aviation, Travel and Tourism

Cars, planes, trains: where do transport CO2 emissions come from?

Hydrogen and electric powered vehicles could be the answer to current emissions released by transport. Image: REUTERS/Denis Balibouse

Hannah Ritchie

Researcher, Our World in Data

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