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

China’s ecological footprint via biomass import and consumption is increasing

Demand-side insights for steering human appropriation of net primary productivity within planetary boundaries

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

Extent of global decarbonization of the power sector through energy policies and governance capacity

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

Health–environment efficiency of diets shows nonlinear trends over 1990–2011

Higher total energy costs strain the elderly, especially low-income, across 31 developed countries

Incorporating platinum circular economy into China's hydrogen pathways toward carbon neutrality

Interregional Flows of Embodied Carbon Storage Associated with Land-Use Change in China

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The Top 1% of Emitters Caused Almost a Quarter of Global Emissions Since 1990

Study shows Chinese cities are leading in carbon

University of Birmingham: China's cities leading the way on carbon reduction - study

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

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

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

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