Carbon emissions at all time high in 2011

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Researchers with the Global Carbon Project reported that time is running out to limit global warming, noted by record high carbon dioxide emissions in 2011.
Global emissions are only expected to increase in 2012, according to a report by The New York Times.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported that the scientists fear the international goal of limiting global warming to only about three degrees may soon be impossible.
China was the country with the biggest increase in carbon dioxide emissions, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
Germany and the United States were the only 10 biggest polluters whose carbon dioxide emissions had decreased.
The New York Times reported that the effects of these high emissions levels on the climate could include more weather catastrophes and rising sea levels, among others.

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