Near-real-time estimates of daily CO2 emissions from 1500 cities worldwide

@inproceedings{Huo2022NearrealtimeEO,
  title={Near-real-time estimates of daily CO2 emissions from 1500 cities worldwide},
  author={Da Huo and Xiao-tong Huang and Xinyu Dou and Philippe Ciais and Yunchuan Li and Zhu Deng and Yilong Wang and Duo Cui and Fouzi Benkhelifa and Taochun Sun and Biqing Zhu and Geoffrey S. Roest and Kevin Robert Gurney and Piyu Ke and Rui Guo and Chenxi Lu and Xiaojuan Lin and Arminel M. Lovell and Kyra Appleby and Philip Lawrence Decola and Steven J. Davis and Zhuiguo Liu},
  year={2022}
}
Building on near-real-time and spatially explicit estimates of daily carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions, here we present and analyze a new city-level dataset of fossil fuel and cement emissions. Carbon Monitor Cities provides daily, city-level estimates of emissions from January 2019 through December 2021 for 1500 cities in 46 countries, and disaggregates five sectors: power generation, residential (buildings), industry, ground transportation, and aviation. The goal of this dataset is to improve… 

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