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Vital Signs: a simple way to cut carbon emissions — don't let polluters hide

  • Written by Richard Holden, Professor of Economics, UNSW
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World leaders and about 30,000 others from assorted interest groups will converge on Glasgow in November for the United Nations’ 26th annual climate summit, COP26 (“Conference of the Parties”).

It will be five years (allowing for a one-year Tokyo 2020-style pandemic hiatus) since the Paris Agreement adopted at COP21...

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