Can higher ambition in developed countries create ‘carbon space’ for others?
The consequence of South Asia and Africa claiming their fair share of “carbon space” is that other regions would need to cut emissions more quickly, if the world is to stay below 1.5C. Image: REUTERS/Eldson Chagara
Gaurav GantiResearch Analyst with the Science Team & Doctoral researcher, Climate Analytics & Humboldt University
Dr Carl Friedrich SchleussnerHead of Climate Science & Honorary Professor., Climate Analytics & Humboldt University Berlin.
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