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Air conditioning is threatening our ability to tackle climate change. Here's what we need to do 

Air conditioners alone could account for up to 40% of the world's remaining global carbon budget by 2050, jeopardising our efforts to tackle climate change Image: REUTERS/Vivek Prakash

Rushad Nanavatty

Principal, Rocky Mountain Institute

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Air Conditioners with high CO2 emissions pose a challenge for efforts to tackle climate change Image: Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)

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