Rich Nations Aren’t “Paying Their Fair Share” to Mitigate the Climate Crisis

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Rich countries—and the United States in particular—aren’t “paying their fair share” in terms of taking concrete actions to mitigate the global climate crisis, according to an independent review released at the COP24 talks in Poland, where world leaders are discussing how to meet the aims of the Paris agreement.

After Paris: Inequality, Fair Shares, and the Climate Emergency

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