The FT reports that carbon dioxide emissions remained steady in 2014, despite the global economy having continued to expand.
One of the reasons is apparently China's energy mix:
China has cut its use of coal, one of the biggest sources of carbon emissions, and installed more hydroelectricity, wind and solar power.
Now the FT article is written by Environment Correspondent Pilita Clark, so claims about the involvement of wind and solar need careful examination. I think a little data is required, which, thanks to Reuters, I am able to bring you: