Reducing Carbon Emissions Must Not Be Done on the Backs of the World’s Poorest 

By all appearances, the economic positions of the world’s poorest people have improved considerably over the most recent three decades. Households living on $1.90 per capita per day have — on average — seen their real (inflation-adjusted) incomes grow approximately 4.2 percent per year for the last 30 years.

Source: Reducing Carbon Emissions Must Not Be Done on the Backs of the World’s Poorest – CounterPunch.org

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