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China’s Booming Economy May Produce the Majority of World Coal Emissions by 2035

Estimates from U.S. Energy Information Administration suggest that China will produce the majority of coal emissions, about 55%, in order to accommodate its economic growth by 2035. From ClimateWire: Through 2035, according to EIA, global carbon emissions from burning coal will increase by 56 percent. Coal, the most carbon-intensive fuel there is, will increase its footprint

February 5, 2011

Report States China Hijacked 15% of Internet, China Rejects Allegations

John Markoff writes on the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission’s (USCC) annual report to Congress. The report suggests as much as 15 percent of the world’s Web traffic was rerouted through China Telecom for 18 minutes. From the New York Times: An annual report to Congress touched off a round of speculation Wednesday about the motives of a small

November 19, 2010

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