Decomposing the 2010 global carbon dioxide emissions rebound

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Figure 1: Energy intensity and carbon intensity of energy.


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All authors contributed to the analysis. F.J. led the work. P.J.B. and P.J.W. contributed data analysis and writing. A.M. and D.I.S. provided input to the research design and writing.

Correspondence to Frank Jotzo.

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Jotzo, F., Burke, P., Wood, P. et al. Decomposing the 2010 global carbon dioxide emissions rebound. Nature Clim Change 2, 213–214 (2012).

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