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Team
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Duo Cui
is a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Earth System Science at Tsinghua University. She is in charge of the development and updates of Carbon Monitor China.
Zhu Liu
is the Principle Investigator and Associate Professor at Tsinghua University, and Associate at California Institute of Technology and Harvard University.
Steve Davis
is an Associate Professor of Earth System Science and Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Irvine.
Philippe Ciais
is a researcher at the Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l’Environnement, near Paris in France.
Zhu Deng
is a PhD Student at Tsinghua University. He is in charge of the model development and organizing routine updates of the database.
Taochun Sun
is a PhD Student at Tsinghua University. He is in charge of the model development and organizing routine updates of the database.
Xuanren Song
is a master graduate at Deakin University
 
 
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Disclaimer
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Carbon Monitor data are made freely available to the public with a fair use open data policy. We encourage users to cite the data by this paper. Carbon Monitor is a living dataset subject to updates and the values are expected to change, as new data get included. In the process of updating our daily CO2 emission products, errors may be corrected, revisions may be made in the calculation methods, and new information may be used. Data files available for download and graphs are associated to a day of release. In case of questions regarding data and history previous releases, please contact us at contact.carbonmonitor@gmail.com. All information displayed and provided can be used at the own responsibility of users, and does not engage any responsibility from research institutions supporting Carbon Monitor and partner institutions.
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Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from the use of fossil fuels and the production of cement are the main driving force of climate change. Carbon Monitor is an international initiative providing for the first time regularly updated, science-based estimates of daily CO2 emissions. The data reveal the drop and re-growth of emissions during the COVID-19 pandemics.
Latest news
Carbon Monitor China Launched
31/10/2021
New website presents near-real-time daily provincial-level and sector-specific emissions from January of 2019 through the end of June 2021.
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Carbon Monitor China Launched
October 31st, 2021
New website presents near-real-time daily provincial-level and sector-specific emissions from January of 2019 through the end of June 2021.
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