Reducing poverty and improving equity

Reducing poverty and improving equity - because exceptional prosperity for the few at the expense of the many is neither justifiable nor sustainable.

In this paper for Nature Communications, Klaus Hubace, Giovanni Baiocchi, Kuishuang Feng, and Anand Patwardhan investigate potential consequences for climate targets of achieving poverty eradication. They find that moving people to an income above $1.9 purchasing power parity (PPP) a day does not jeopardize the climate target, even in the... Read More

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