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China pollutes more… But is that an excuse for inaction?

Posted on 29 January 2014

It seems that an inverse relationship exists between the rise of global carbon emissions and the direction of climate policy and international negotiations. The more the former accelerates, the less the latter progresses.
Arguably, one of the best thing to happen to the U.S. was when China exceeded the U.S. as the largest carbon polluter in 2006. This provided negotiators and politicians an excuse for inaction: since China is polluting more than we are, the U.S. shouldn’t have to cut our own emissions………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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