The great carbon divideThe climate chasm between the world’s carbon-guzzling rich and the heat-vulnerable poor forms a symbolic shape when plotted on a graph. The champagne coupe is a fitting image for the great carbon divide that we are living through. This week, the Guardian will attempt to answer these questions with a special investigation into the great carbon divide. Photograph: Johnny MillerIt is becoming clearer that the climate crisis worsens inequality and inequality worsens the climate crisis. Carbon inequality and climate injustice are intertwined with sexism, racism, the denial of indigenous rights and other drivers of inequality.
Source: The Guardian November 21, 2023 03:33 UTC