Based on preliminary data, we estimate that US greenhouse gas emissions increased slightly in 2022, rising 1.3% from 2021 levels.
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Rhodium Group provides the most up-to-date global and country-level GHG emissions estimates each year. In 2021, as countries and economies began to recover from the worst of the pandemic, global emissions bounced back—rising 4.6% from 2020 levels.
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