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Cut out driving, meat to help keep global warming to 1.5 C, Berlin think tank tells Canada

Canadians are the worst carbon emitters among the people in 10 countries studied by Hot or Cool, a German NGO. In a report meant to show what lifestyle changes could bring greenhouse-gas emissions down to levels that would stave off the worst of climate change, Hot or Cool said the average Canadian’s lifestyle leads to emissions of 14.2 tonnes of CO2 a year—and that by 2030, we need to get that down to 2.5 tonnes. (The Logic)

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