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A new study, published in Climatic Change, has found that 63 percent of cumulative worldwide emissions of industrial CO2 and methane between 1751 and 2010 to 90 “carbon major” entities.
In my view, this study puts the focus not on countries or individual decisions (which has upset Andrew Revkin, who wants to place the blame on “those of us driving & flipping switches”) but on companies and industries—and therefore on a particular set of institutions that serve as the basis of the current carbon-intensive economic model, which of course can be changed.