Geography class: COP26: How every country’s emissions and climate pledges compare
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Can you explain why both per capita and total emissions are useful in understanding countries’ CO2 output?
What policy proposals could explain the wide variation in projected emissions under the business as usual and conditional targets for 2030?
China produces much for export. Should emissions for these goods be counted towards its total or the country receiving them?
To what extent is the UK government’s net zero strategy for 2050 realistic?
Alasdair Monteith, Gordonstoun
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