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China now accounts for more greenhouse gas emissions than all of the world’s developed nations combined, according to new research from Rhodium Group.

China’s emissions of six heat-trapping gases, including carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide, rose to 14.09 billion tons of CO2 equivalent in 2019, edging out the total of Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development members by about 30 million tons, according to the New York-based climate research group.

The massive scale of China’s emissions highlights the importance of President Xi Jinping’s drive to peak carbon emissions before 2030 and reach net-zero by 2060.

China accounted for 27 per cent of global emissions.

The U.S., the second biggest emitter, contributed 11 per cent while India for the first time surpassed the European Union with about 6.6 per cent of the global total.

“China’s history as a major emitter is relatively short compared to developed countries, many of which had more than a century head start,” the researchers said.

“Current global warming is the result of emissions from both the recent and more distant past. »

The Last of Us Remake will not be a “regular” update. Naughty Dog is about to “really harness the power” of the PS5

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Neil Druckmann confirmed that although he prepared the outline of the script, at least currently we cannot count on The Last of Us 3.

The brand will be developed, however – the series “The Last of Us” is being created , and additionally Naughty Dog is to create The Last of Us Remake.

These were received by the GameReactor editors, which emphasize that the developers are working on something more than just refreshing:. »

Was Michael Jordan Too Short To Sign With adidas? - Air Jordans, Release Dates & More

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The tale has been told – Michael Jordan wanted to sign with adidas in 1984 but they never made him an offer.

adidas corporate, however, was intent to forego the likes of Jordan to sign big guys like Patrick Ewing and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar:.

A University of North Carolina basketball star named Michael Jordan wanted a sponsorship deal with Adidas when he went professional, say people familiar with the matter. »

California bar owner charged with multiple felonies for allegedly selling fake Covid-19 vaccination cards, officials say

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(CNN) A bar owner who allegedly sold fake Covid-19 vaccine cards from his business was charged with multiple felonies, including forgery and identity theft.

The owner was arrested at his bar, the Old Corner Saloon, in Clements, California, the state Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) said Wednesday in a statement.

ABC received a complaint that fake vaccination cards were being sold at the bar and opened an investigation, the statement said. »

Putin Looks to Make Equating Stalin, USSR to Hitler, Nazi Germany Illegal

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Russia's president, Vladimir Putin, instructed the bill to be introduced after a meeting of the Presidential Council for Culture and Arts in October.

Just not forgetting that the Soviet Union, the Russian people fought the main struggle against the universal evil of Nazism.".

However, after Germany invaded Russia in 1941, the Nazi regime became an enemy of Russia as its army joined the fight against Hitler. »