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Highly unequal carbon footprints

Lutz Sager

Nature Sustainability, 2022, vol. 5, issue 11, 912-913

Abstract: Greenhouse gas emissions can be traced to the behaviour of individuals. Now, research quantifies carbon footprints worldwide, showing that the richest ten per cent are responsible for nearly half of all emissions.

Date: 2022
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