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Assessments of the environmental performance of global companies need to account for company size

Environmental consequences of Japan's ban on sale of new fossil fuel-powered passenger vehicles from 2035

Global employment and skill level requirements for ‘Post-Carbon Europe’

The impact of international trade on environmental vulnerability

The vulnerability of shifting towards a greener world: The impact of the EU's green transition on material demand

Allocating capital-associated CO2 emissions along the full lifespan of capital investments helps diffuse emission responsibility

A net-zero emissions strategy for China’s power sector using carbon-capture utilization and storage


Burden of the global energy price crisis on households

Changes in global food consumption increase GHG emissions despite efficiency gains along global supply chains

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China’s cities leading the way on carbon reduction - Study

Thirty-eight Chinese Cities are leading the way on Carbon reduction

A full-scale, near real-time multi-regional input-output model for the global emerging economies (EMERGING)

Carbon inequality: A fight to alleviate poverty and slow climate change

Extreme armoede uitbannen beïnvloedt CO2-emissies nauwelijks

Lifting 3.6bn people out of poverty would raise global emissions by 18%

Eradicating Extreme Poverty Would Have Tiny Impact on Emissions, Study Finds

Zunahme von Wohlstand und Erreichen der Klimaziele schließen einander nicht aus

Studie: Verringerung der Armut bedeutet keine signifikante Steigerung der CO2-Emissionen

Rich nations emit 75pc more carbon dioxide than poor ones

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