Exported emissions: The biggest climate scandal you’ve never heard of

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Exported emissions: The biggest climate scandal you’ve never heard of

Though they espouse carbon reduction, many global powers take no responsibility for the emissions of the fossil fuels they export, leaving their buyers to foot the bill.    In the run up to the United Nations’ next climate negotiations, COP26 in 2021, global attention will be focused on whether countries can meet their domestic greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets as set by the Paris Agreement in 2016. Whether countries keep or make these targets more ambitious is a critical part of the global effort to keep global warming well below…

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