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Editor’s note: drought, defence and declining GDP 

Drought, dry river in Arizona, US
The International Energy Agency singles out drought as one of the reasons for the increase in global energy-related CO2 emissions last year, which reached a record 37.4bn tonnes (Photo: Mirmoor/Dreamstime)

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Clean energy may be slowing the speed at which emissions are growing, but they nonetheless continue to rise, reaching a record 37.4bn tonnes in 2023, a report published by the International ...

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