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COP27: a year on from the Glasgow climate pact, the world is burning more fossil fuels than ever

By Mathieu Blondeel, Research Fellow, Strategy & International Business Group, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
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The burning of fossil fuels caused 86% of all CO₂ emissions during the past ten years. Despite being the primary culprits of global heating, coal, oil and gas were barely mentioned in the official texts of previous UN climate change summits.

That all changed at COP26 in November 2021, where the…The Conversation

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