Climate Change Strategies (Including Mangroves), December 4, 2012
Here's one figure from the report showing trendlines for the four largest emitters: China, the U.S., the EU, and India. Notice in particular that China is not only by far the largest carbon emitter, but is a spike-like upward trend in emissions. Emissions in the U.S. are fairly flat since the late 1990s. Emissions from India are on a path to soon surpass emissions from the EU.
.. The study ("Global economic potential for reducing carbon dioxide emissions from mangrove loss") by Siikamäki, Sanchirico, and Jardine appeared in the September 2, 2012, issue of Proceedings of the Natural Academy of Sciences: a pre-print version is available here (PDF 6 pages).