New Report: Why fossil fuel exporters must accept their emissions liability


In the lead up to COP28 Conference in Dubai a new report by UK and Australian academics reveals that coal, oil and gas exports from Australia, Canada, Norway and the USA amount to 11percent of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2020 – which dwarf their domestic emission (except for the US) – and argues that they must take responsibility for reducing their export emissions for any hope of keeping global temperatures below 1.5 degrees C.