COP26: why advanced countries must proportionately make by far the biggest cuts in carbon emissions–factual briefing

31 October 2021 — MROnline

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by John Ross

Originally published: Learning from China (October 29, 2021 )  |

The COP26 conference on climate change is discussing an issue which will profoundly affect every person on our planet. Climate change, together with nuclear war, is one of the two issues which can overturn the present basis of human civilisation. Because of the extreme seriousness of this issue, the COP26 conference should therefore be an arena for strictly objective international scientific discussion and international cooperation. Fortunately, as will be seen, strictly objective scientific evidence on the issue of climate change has been put forward in the run up to the conference.

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