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Children need to admit 10 times less than grandparents to meet climate targets

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09.49 17 Feb 2022


Children need to admit 10 times less than grandparents to meet climate targets


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09.49 17 Feb 2022


Children born today will have to emit 10 times fewer emissions than their grandparents if global net-zero climate targets are to be reached by 2050. That’s according to a new analysis by the International Energy Agency. In reaction to these findings, Shane spoke to John Gibbons, the Environmental Journalist, and Commentator.

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