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The methane footprint of nations: Evidence from global panel data
We develop a unique global dataset on methane inventories derived from production, final production, and consumption for 1997-2011. Anthropogenic emissions are quantitatively important for global warming and have increased about 25% from 1997-2011. The bulk of emissions produced is attributable to developing economies, though a considerable amount is exported to high income countries, which are net-importers of methane. Traded emissions have gained in importance with respect to total produceddoi:10.7892/boris.127715 fatcat:gt24iovjjfgqteii42l3z2rndq