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These 8 countries have already achieved net-zero emissions

Eight countries have already reached net zero emissions, helping combat climate change, according to latest data. Image: Unsplash/Appolinary Kalashnikova

Johnny Wood

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A graphic showing global GHG emissions by sector in 2019.
The world emitted 58.5 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2019. Image: System Change Lab

The small Amazon nation of Suriname is among the most forest-rich countries in the world, with canopy covering 93% of its landmass.
The small Amazon nation of Suriname is among the most forest-rich countries in the world, with canopy covering 93% of its landmass. Image: REUTERS/Bruno Kelly

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