Cutting Carbon in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

And how the diplomatic gridlock over climate change could be broken.

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The West seems to have decided that climate change is important and time is of the essence if we are to prevent serious, long-term damage to the planet. And whilst there are significant political hurdles for environmentalism to jump over in the western world (see…

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Dave Olsen

Dave Olsen

Political and policy analysis | Operations Director, politika.org.uk | Student, University of Oxford | twitter.com/dave_olsen16

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