I have spent much of the last three months editing a report on national climate change laws, which was launched this week in the US Senate by Senator Edward Markham.

It was a big job – the study, put together by the Globe, the Global Legislators’ Organisation, and the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics, weighs in at some 700 pages and is the most comprehensive analysis to date of the reach and depth of climate change laws around the world. It covers 66 nations that account for 88% of global carbon emissions, from Argentina to Vietnam via emitters of all sizes from the Federated States of Micronesia to China and the US.


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Source: Forbes