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We know that climate change is caused by human activity, but pinning down exactly who is responsible is trickier than it might seem.

One of the most frustrating things about the climate crisis is that the fact that earlier action could have prevented it

With every passing year of inaction, the emissions cuts needed to limit global warming to relatively safe levels grow steeper and steeper.

  • Jocelyn Timperley
  • BBC

Many groups have been accused of being at blame for this ongoing lack of action, from fossil fuel companies and wealthy countries, to politiciansrich people and sometimes even all of us.

Others may feel it’s not useful to blame anyone.

“If you want to engage with the non-converted and get them to want stronger climate action, blaming…

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