Global warming emissions interactive shows which countries are currently at fault



One of the biggest sticking points in international climate negotiations has been the disparity between the countries that have up until now contributed the most greenhouse gas emissions to cause global warming, and the countries that represent the future of emissions growth.

Looking at a snapshot of emissions from 2012, using the World Resources Institute’s (WRI) innovative CAIT Climate Data Explorer tool, it’s immediately clear that most countries are experiencing the impacts from global warming without doing much to cause the problem in the first place. This partly explains why many developing countries frequently call on the industrialized countries to take action first, before imposing emissions cuts on them Read more…

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