In light of the discussions during the climate change summit, this year, government officials from around the world are looking into new ways to reduce fossil fuel consumption in an effort to affect human control over climate change. One thing the International Panel on Climate Change has chosen to investigate is a carbon budget for each country. Nobody wants restrictions, of course, but if nothing changes, the planet could be in serious trouble.
The Alliance of Small Island States has 44-members, and Marlene Moss is the chairwoman. She responded to the report “A carbon budget could be an important indicator for tracking our progress toward limiting warming, but we cannot let the topic obscure the need for us to take action immediately. What...
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