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Income gaps – and therefore carbon gaps – may have narrowed between countries but they have widened within them. Responsibility for the ongoing climate crisis is becoming more concentrated, while its impacts are spreading.
the richest 1% of the population produced as much carbon pollution in one year as the 5 billion people who make up the poorest two-thirds
inequality between people has increasingly become a structural impediment to climate justice and climate action.
the climate crisis worsens inequality and inequality worsens the climate crisis