Quantifying historical carbon and climate debts among nations

@inproceedings{Matthews2016QuantifyingHC,
  title={Quantifying historical carbon and climate debts among nations},
  author={H. Damon Matthews},
  year={2016}
}
Contributions to historical climate change vary substantially among nations. A new method of quantifying historical inequalities using carbon and climate debts can inform discussions about responsibility for cutting emissions in the future. 

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