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Electricity and heat continue to be the biggest single source of emissions. Image: State of Climate Action 2022.

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Coal consumption has rebounded strongly as the pandemic has eased. Image: State of Climate Action 2022.
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Cement production is one of the most carbon-intensive industrial processes. Image: State of Climate Action 2022.

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