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

Burden of the global energy price crisis on households

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

Co-firing plants with retrofitted carbon capture and storage for power-sector emissions mitigation

Correction to “Tension of Agricultural Land and Water Use in China’s Trade: Tele-Connections, Hidden Drivers and Potential Solutions”

Ecologically unequal exchanges driven by EU consumption

Emission growth and drivers in Mainland Southeast Asian countries

Energy price shocks induced by the Russia-Ukraine conflict jeopardize wellbeing

Impact of International Trade on the Carbon Intensity of Human Well-Being

Large Virtual Transboundary Hazardous Waste Flows: The Case of China

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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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