Climate change protesters demonstrate outside the Science Museum in London on June 20. Protesters were angered by the museum’s decision to accept sponsorship from fossil fuel giant Shell.  Photo: EPA-EFE
Climate change protesters demonstrate outside the Science Museum in London on June 20. Protesters were angered by the museum’s decision to accept sponsorship from fossil fuel giant Shell. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Letters | Why less is more for rich nations in battle against climate change

  • The effort to reduce carbon emissions by switching to renewable energy sources is well and good, but does not address the problem of unequal energy consumption between rich and poor societies

Climate change protesters demonstrate outside the Science Museum in London on June 20. Protesters were angered by the museum’s decision to accept sponsorship from fossil fuel giant Shell.  Photo: EPA-EFE
Climate change protesters demonstrate outside the Science Museum in London on June 20. Protesters were angered by the museum’s decision to accept sponsorship from fossil fuel giant Shell. Photo: EPA-EFE
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