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This New York Times article details the granting of funds to help 3 tribe villages relocate away from their current locations, immediately threatened by sea level rise due to climate change.
Sentinel article 11/20/22 includes
The plan also sets a more aggressive goal of cutting carbon emissions 48% below 1990 levels by 2030 — up from the 40% by 2030 required under state law. Net-zero emissions would be achieved in 2045.
It found that the average carbon footprint in the top 1% of emitters was more than 75-times higher than in the bottom 50%. Chancel tells Carbon Brief that “people who think about carbon footprints just from the point of view of consumption don’t have the entire picture”. By using a “systematic combination of tax data, household surveys and input-output tables” the new study is able to more fully represent the emissions of the very wealthy, it says. link to complete article