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Saudi Arabia’s 2018 CO2 Emissions Fall Faster Than Expected
Climate Change Policies and Governance

Saudi Arabia’s 2018 CO2 Emissions Fall Faster Than Expected

Nicholas Howarth, Alessandro Lanza, Thamir Alshehri

The Instant Insight published on December 03, 2019 (KS–2019-II16) was based on data downloaded from the following sources: Enerdata Global Energy & CO2 Database (www.enerdata.net), 9 September, 2019 Enerdata EnerDemand Database (www.enerdata.net), 9 September, 2019 Joint Organizations Data Initiative (JODI),…

Nicholas Howarth Howarth, Nicholas
Alessandro Lanza Lanza, Alessandro
Thamir Alshehri Alshehri, Thamir
January 21, 2020
What is Behind the Recent Fall in Saudi Arabia’s CO2 Emissions?
Climate Change Policies and Governance

What is Behind the Recent Fall in Saudi Arabia’s CO2 Emissions?

Nicholas Howarth, Alessandro Lanza, Thamir Alshehri

The International Energy Agency has recently released data showing that in 2018 Saudi Arabia’s carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions fell by 15 million tonnes of CO2 (MtCO2), or 2.7%, from 577 MtCO2 to 562 MtCO2. This is significant as it is…

Nicholas Howarth Howarth, Nicholas
Alessandro Lanza Lanza, Alessandro
Thamir Alshehri Alshehri, Thamir
December 4, 2019
Are Small Modular Reactors a Good Option for Saudi Arabia?
Electricity Sector Transitions

Are Small Modular Reactors a Good Option for Saudi Arabia?

Noura Mansouri

Since the start of nuclear power in the 1950s, nuclear generation technology has continually transformed and developed. Following the three major nuclear accidents, Three Mile Island, Chernobyl and Fukushima, nuclear power has become more robust, safer and more secure.

Noura Mansouri Mansouri, Noura
November 3, 2019