G20 Air Travel Analysis: These heads of state are the biggest CO2 sinners

Am At the weekend, the heads of state and government of the most important industrial nations and the EU also looked at climate policy during this year's G20 summit.

Even if the presidential pilots stayed on the ground this year due to the pandemic and the summit took place via video chat , the G20 heads of government have caused more than 50,000 tons of CO2 through their trips abroad since 2019. You can find the answer to the question of who is the biggest climate sinner here.

In a current analysis, we have analyzed all 782 foreign flights by the G20 heads of government since the beginning of 2019 and the associated CO2 emissions of the various aircraft models calculated. The complete overview:

For an overview of all our analyses, gohere.

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Der Beitrag wurde am 19.11.2020 in dem Magazin von cpaws-ov.org unter den Schlagwörtern , , , , veröffentlicht.
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