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Climate inequality index topped by Russia

Climate inequality index topped by Russia
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American scientists have calculated the global territorial index of climate inequality. The indicator was calculated based on greenhouse gas emissions, the state of the national economy and the expected warming of the climate.

As they write "News”, The results of the study are published in the journal Science Advances. A total of 192 UN states were analyzed. Russia took first place - this means that the country has few greenhouse gas emissions, but the damage to nature from global warming is disproportionately large.

The worst situation in terms of greenhouse gas emissions was found in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. However, climate changes here will not be so significant. Kuwait, Bahrain, Taiwan, Bangladesh and China are in the same category. Not included in the first hundred also the United States,

According to scientists, the greatest climate changes are expected in the Arctic zones, and the largest gas emissions are concentrated between 30 and 55 degrees north latitude. Therefore, together with Russia, Finland and Canada will face the greatest consequences of climate change.

 

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